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Holiday Cheer: The Buttcracker

Time for a little seasonal cheer, courtesy of Michelle L’amour and “The Buttcracker”… Enjoy!

A Bit of Boylesque Comedy

A touch of award-winning comedy in this Boylesque routine by Mr. Gorgeous, winner of the “Most Comedic Performance” at the 2013 Miss Exotic World Competition.

Burlesque Star Trixie Little to perform in Montreal

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On Saturday September 14th 2013, Montreal’s new “The Wiggle Room” continues it’s series of regular Signature Saturday Burlesque performances, headlining reknown Burlesque Star Trixie Little, as well as Boylesque performer Mr. Gorgeous. (Doors at 7pm, Show at 9pm)

To get a taste of what to expect, have a peek at one of Trixie’s past performances, from the 22nd Annual Tournament of Tease…

The Wiggle Room is situated at 3874 St-Laurent Blvd. in Montreal, across from the famous “Schwartz’s Restaurant”. Weekday performances (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) are $10 and weekend performances (Friday, Saturday) are $20.

For more info: The Wiggle Room on Facebook
Tickets: Ticket Zone – Signature Saturdays

Burlesque Queen Roxi D’Lite Returns to Montreal

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On Saturday September 7th 2013, Montreal’s new “The Wiggle Room” is set to launch it’s regular Signature Saturday Burlesque performances, headlining reknown Burlesque Queen Roxi D’Lite. (Doors at 8pm, Show at 9pm)

To get a taste of what to expect, have a peek at one of Roxi’s past performances, an aerial burlesque entitled “Junglesque“…

The Wiggle Room is situated at 3874 St-Laurent Blvd. in Montreal, across from the famous “Schwartz’s Restaurant”. Weekday performances (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) are $10 and weekend performances (Friday, Saturday) are $20.

For more info: The Wiggle Room on Facebook
Tickets: Ticket Zone – Signature Saturdays

Pole Dancing Shedding Burleque Roots

An international pole-dancing roup is trying to shed it’s burlesque roots en route to becoming an Olympic-worthy sport.

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At the World Pole Sports Championships, they’ve written a rule book that gives code names to compulsory moves, specifies scoring methodology and bans pole-dancing staples such as removable articles of clothing. And they’d like people to call their event “pole sports” now.

Moves previously know as “The Spatchcock”, “Chopsticks” and “Jump to Tabletop” have been given new, more professionally appropriate names.

The federation’s rules frown on anything that falls off a dancer. They mandate disqualification for “intentionally removing items of clothing,” ban costumes from being “used in an erotic manner” and require “neckline of no lower than eighty (80) millimetres from clavicular notch.”

Read the full article:
Pole Dancers Buff Image with Rules

Scarlett James Performing Live at Montreal’s Grand Burlesque

Montreal’s Grand Burlesque Show was held from March 21-23 2013. Organized by the amazing Scarlett James, and featuring many wonderful acts — it’s a not-to-be-missed show.

Be sure to check it out again next year; in the meantime, have a peek at show headliner Scarlett James doing her magic…

For more details on this annual Montreal Burlesque event:
http://www.GrandBurlesqueShow.com

Montreal Burlesque Documentary, Old & New

A brief but interesting documentary on Montreal’s burlesque scene that compares modern-day burlesque to its historical counterpart.