Hurly Burly: An Improvised Burlesque Story – Austin TX

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What is it about pasties, those sequined bulls-eyes, those tiny boob yarmulkes of burlesque? Is it their magical, seemingly contradictory ability both to reveal and conceal the same square inch – well, circular inch – of flesh? Or is it the way they always seem to be winking at you, saying, “You’re seeing it all, well not all-all, but something better, sparklier, tassle-ier”?

Pasties aren’t the only tool in the toolkit of modern-day theatrical burlesque – often called “neo-burlesque” – even if they are among the most titillating. Arguably more important is the dancer’s connection with the audience, a collaborative rapport that has to be forged between performer and spectator in the moment. This makes improv and burlesque a natural fit, according to Jayme Ramsay, co-director with Marc Majcher of Hurly Burly, a burlesque-themed improv show that contains burlesque performances actually improvised on the spot. Complete with feather fans, G-strings, pasties, and lots and lots of laughs, the show presents an old-fashioned backstage narrative of cabaret life that owes more to Gypsy Rose Lee and Barbara Stanwyck than it does to Christina Aguilera and Cher……..

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Hurly Burly: An Improvised Burlesque Story – Austin TX

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