Sometimes, just some good old bump-and-grind burlesque is all you need. In costuming inspired by the glory days of burlesque, this classicly styled number is performed to a song by one of my favorite blues artists — “Bluebird” by Howlin’ Wolf.
Women get so lonely when their man is away, and sometimes they can only count the minutes until he arrives on their doorstep. This slightly twisted storytelling number delivers some serious dirtiness with a charming Betty Draper smile. Performed to “Waitin’ for the Train to Come In” by Peggy Lee.
The Goddess of Love taps into her saucy side as she seduces her audience with a little bump and grind. In classic costuming with just a touch of big-haired trailer trash, this number features surprising reveals and strategic zipper placement. Set to rockabilly group Southern Culture on the Skids’ cover of “Venus”.
Based on the John Singer Sargent portrait of Virginie Amelie Gautreau, a Parisian socialite and “Professional Beauty,” this act is set in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Soft piano music plays and the footsteps of other patrons echo around the audience as they gaze at the painting “Madame X.” But once the museum closes and the doors are bolted, they get a rare glimpse of what Madame X gets up to when no one is looking. Soundtrack engineered by John Steinmeier.
with May Oui ***Archived, but here’s a VIDEO. Enjoy!
Love is hard. And for this criminal cowboy and the steel horse she rides, love can be deadly. In this sordid romance tale, unbridled passion leads to humiliation and betrayal when egos are put to the test. Because love can’t thrive when you’re Wanted — Dead or Alive.
A sexy and campy duet performed to Bon Jovi’s “Dead or Alive.”
Nothing here strike your fancy? Then I’m more than happy to discuss an improvised performance that will best suit your event or venue. Feel free to contact me with your idea!