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Tuesday 7 July 2015
Arts

becky lou: interview

Bridget Conway
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Becky Lou is a burlesque performer who’s no stranger to the stage. In her first solo show in 10 years, Shake, she’s exploring finding her voice in both the professional and personal realm. I had a chat with Becky Lou and found out what about burlesque inspires and motivates her. First tell me about how…
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Tuesday 9 June 2015
Arts Theatre

miss adelaide everheart presents early burly burlesque: interview

Jessie Adams
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As a bit of a burlesque beginner, I attended The Butterfly Club on Friday the 29th of May to catch Miss Adelaide Everheart’s Early Burly Burlesque variety show. After a dazzling showcase of comedy, tease, and the most magical, well fitted g-strings from three very talented performers, I sat down with Miss Adelaide Everheart herself…
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Friday 1 August 2014
Arts dance Theatre

performance review: tied together still

Brianna Doolan
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  Have you ever been asked the question, if you could have a dinner party with any one person dead or alive, who would you invite? If you have, would you ever consider inviting 13 women who are known for their erotic presence throughout art, mythology, literature and religion? While Melbourne based performance school Bottoms…
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Friday 7 February 2014
News

in brief: burlesque dancer must give up performing to keep children

Danielle Scoins
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According to reports received by online burlesque group 21st Century Burlesque, a female dancer has been banned from performing if she wants to maintain custody of her children. The website received the information about a young woman known as ‘Ida Claire’, who allegedly has been banned from burlesque dancing by a judge in Alabama. Ms…
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Saturday 1 September 2012
Arts featured

Boon-esque – 50 Shades of Cabaret and an interview with Ginger Leah Rye

lip magazine
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Boon-esque – 50 Shades of Cabaret Reinventing the romance novel with a dash of burlesque and barbershop Boon-esque – 50 Shades of Cabaret, part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival is a burlesque and barbershop performance that aims to take the juiciest bits from Mills & Boon romance novels, while referencing 50 Shades of Grey, to…
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Wednesday 30 May 2012
Arts Culture

the australian burlesque festival: interview with dolores daiquiri and peekaboo pointe

Kaylia Payne
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The Australian Burlesque Festival is entering its third year and looks set to be bigger and better than ever. Running over the 7-24 June, the festival will be home to your local favourite burlesque performers as well as some fabulous international acts. I had the chance to interview Dolores Daiquiri from VIC who is the…
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