Tag: Spicy L’amour

Dueling Dysney Act Two Photos!

As promised, second act photos from Dueling Dysney! Enjoy! (And if you like this, feel free to share with your closest friends and family, coworkers, Seamless delivery person, etc. ūüôā )

Featuring Silky Bliss as the Evil Queen (Snow White) vs. Spicy L’amour as Mulan (Mulan) and acrobatic ace Spookey as the Mad Hatter against Queen of Hearts Jason Waterfalls (Alice in Wonderland).

Looking for Act One pics? Click here.

Photos: Veronica Toone

Bananas vs. Cherries Act Two PHOTOS!

Welcome back from intermission. Here are some snaps from Act Two of Bananas vs. Cherries! Thanks again to EVERYONE who came out and voted and thanks to all the performers who made this one of our best shows evah! Oh yeah, and we raised $200 for The Center, thanks to all you generous raffle ticket-buyers! xoxo

Did you miss the Act One photos? Click here!

Photos: Veronica Toone

Awkward Holiday Party PHOTOS!

Awkward Holiday Party PHOTOS!

On Saturday, December 9, we threw an Awkward Holiday Party at The Triad. Our intrepid guests braved the 3-inch snowmageddon and were rewarded with a super fun evening that included naughty reindeer, naked elves, drag ballet and the placing of legos into some very intimate places. Here are some photos from act one.

Ready for act two? Click HERE. And thanks again to all the performers, our awesome audience and everyone who bought raffle tickets to support Pets for Vets. We raised over $300!

Until next time!
xoxo

Decadent Photos!

Decadent Photos!

Finally! Here are some photos from Decadent: 100 Years of Burlesque. From Dandy Dillinger’s 1920s showgirl fabulosity to Candy Applebottom’s 2010s tribute to staying connected, we¬†traveled through time on Saturday, April 22 and never looked back. Thanks to everyone who came out to The Triad and made the voyage so fantastic.

1920s

Dandy Dillinger kicks us off with an ethereal number reminiscent of a butterfly emerging from its chrysalis.

1930s

Ruby Mechant gives us some 1930s glamour with just a touch of Italian sass.

1940s

Spicy L’amour blows her¬†bugle¬†for the boys “over there.”

1950s

Shimmy LeCoeur shows us the devil in disguise with her tribute to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.

1960s

Hellz Kitten asks the age-old question, “will you still love me tomorrow?” with a shocking twist at the end.

1970s

Munroe Lilly loves to love us and takes another little piece of our hearts.

1980s

Luscious Lane revisits the Cold War with a “pop” of color.

1990s

Tutu Toussaint gives us montage of the best ’90s hip-hop.

2000s

Twinky Boots takes the red pill with his tribute to the Matrix.

2010s

And finally, Candy Applebottom lights up our world with her sassy futuristic moves.

Behind the scenes:

Photos: Veronica Toone

 

Oh L’amour! Spicing up the ’40s

Oh L’amour! Spicing up the ’40s

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Despite war raging across the globe, the¬†’40s conjure up images of romance, intrigue and danger – the¬†perfect r√īle for a femme fatale. And who better to personify that than our own Spicy L’amour. Her name alone suggests passion, heat and drama. Pull up a chair and get to know Spicy a little better.

1. What is your favorite thing about the 1940s?

Perhaps it is uncanny that I got to represent the 40s as I just turned 40 in December. 1942 is significant to me, for no other sentimental reason than the year my father was born. And Harrison Ford. Who doesn’t love Han Solo?

2. If you could have drinks/dinner with any person from that era, real or fictional, who would it be and why?

Edith Piaf. Her signature song La Vie En Rose was a song I learned in French class, and I sing it to my daughter Artemis (aka Baby Spice) to lull her to sleep. Even though Edith herself led a life full of tragedy and loss, I think she would delight in the fact that her songs have everlasting and international appeal. And we would knock back a shitload of amazing French wine while talking about men and swapping dating horror stories. Like her, I can say, je ne regrette rien!

3. Is there anyone from today you think embodies the idea of¬†the ’40s?

One person from the era who showed some serious girl power was Eleanor Roosevelt, so I guess I would pick Michelle Obama as an example of that. And Michelle herself has said that Eleanor was one of her inspirations, especially her idea to have a Victory Garden in every household during the war.

Come see Spicy sizzle on April 22 for Decadent: 100 Years of Burlesque. She joins a fabulous lineup of sultry stunners who will take you on a whirlwind tour through time. Tickets are on sale now!

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Sweet Nutcracker! promo video

Sweet Nutcracker! promo video

Hi lovers!

In case you missed it, here’s the promo video for our December 10 show at the Triad.¬†This show will¬†raise money for God’s Littlest Angels, a nonprofit that supports orphans in Haiti, and feature performances by Karina Libido, Beelzababe, Ravenessa and Munroe Lilly, as well as some old LFF favorites you know and love.

 

And now that you’re sufficiently seduced, you can buy tickets HERE.

See you at Sweet Nutcracker! next weekend!

xoxo,
HK

Love Me If You Dare Photos

Love Me If You Dare Photos

Hello!

For your viewing pleasure:¬†some pics from our Valentine’s show Love Me If You Dare. All photos courtesy of Dance to Eternity. Head on over to their page to see ALL the photos.

We hope you like what you see. And do stay tuned for details about the next show, Luscious Lane’s Cakeball Masquerade coming to The Triad on April 16. See you there!

xoxo,
HK

A Little Sketchy

A Little Sketchy

Saturday, February 13 was a cold night in New York City, but these lovelies left the Triad audience sizzling. We had a great turnout for our second show, Love Me If You Dare, including a special guest: Artist Eric Ortiz*, who was kind enough to take brush to paper and whip up a few sketches of our sassy performers.

If you’re¬†interested in purchasing any artwork (you are interested, aren’t you??), contact Ruby Mechant at rubymechant@gmail.com or¬† Eric at ericortiz@studiocygnatura.com. You can also tweet Eric at @studiocygnatura.

If you missed the show (shame on you!), you can see videos here. Be sure to follow us on YouTube¬†so you’ll never miss a¬†moment.

And stay tuned for news of upcoming shows on April 16 and June 18. Exciting times ahead! 

Have a great weekend and we hope to see you soon!

xoxo,
HK

 

Be Our Valentine

Be Our Valentine

Tickets are ON SALE for Love Me If You Dare, Les Femmes Fatales’¬†sexy new Valentine’s show Saturday, February 13 at The Triad.

This saucy showcase features Pandora and Candy Applebottom along with special guests Freaky Candy and Vixen Valentine. There will also be a hula hoop number from Molly Manhattan, boylesque from Munroe Lilly and some new and old faces.

Don’t miss out! Get tickets now for only $18 ($25 at the door).

Love is in the Dare!

Tickets here!

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New Year, New Show

New Year, New Show

Happy 2016 from toutes les femmes!

We hope you had a sparkly, glittery¬†holiday season. We are¬†busy¬†finalizing details for¬†our Valentine’s show, which will be held Saturday, February 13¬†at The Triad.

Hosted by Jule Brittannia, this badass burlesque bonanza will feature the delicious Candy Applebottom and seductive siren Pandora. The magnificent Molly Manhattan will jump through hoops to make your evening magical and there will be other surprises to charm and delight you.

Tickets will be available soon, so check back often.

We can’t wait to see you in February!

xoxo,
Hellz Kitten

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