Spring is here, and the best way to celebrate is to glug down tons of beer, learn (and taste) different wines, and of course, watch sexy burlesque dancers do their thing! Okay, maybe the beer drinking is the only thing you normally do, but everything else is sure to be a good addition to your springtime traditions!
The Naked Truth: A game/burlesque show unlike any other. The show features burlesque star Julie Atlas Muz, and is hosted by Jonny Porkpie at The Triad. It will also feature Trixie Little and the Evil Hate Monkey, Peekaboo Pointe, Bunny Buxom and Satira Sin. Audience members will be hypnotized by the moves of these performers as they take the stage. Lucky attendees can also partake of the action when they come on stage to take part in an interactive game show that has them attempting to expose (and guess) the performers' most intimate secrets (let's hope you don't have too many of your own!). All your hard detective work won't go unrewarded--awesome prizes will be given away! The show starts April 21st, with performances happening the third Saturday of each month until June. Tickets are $35 (general admission) and $45 (premium seating), and can be purchased here. It's time to uncover...The Naked Truth!
March is a month of fun here in New York City...so get your fill by taking in some of the best burlesque shows around! Two tantalizing performances in the month of March are listed below so read up and snatch up some tickets fast, 'cause these are sure to sell out in no time!
Gotham Burlesque is putting on a show not to be missed - with stars like Harvest Moon and Helen Pontani, this sexy star-studded performance is sure to be a doozy. Mark your calendars for March 3rd at 10pm if you want a night to remember. Also performing will be the sword-swallower Fredini, tango duo Medianoche & Ariel Rios, striptease Madame Rosebud, Tansy, and Pinkie Special. The sultry evening will be hosted by the blonde bombshell *BOB* and will also feature Dangrrr Doll. Tickets are $45 for premium seating and $35 for general seating and can be purchased here.
Without a doubt the most controversial character on Real Housewives of New Jersey (if not the series as a whole), Danielle Staub has been keeping it very very real both on the show and in reality. This New Year's Eve, she's hosting our party at China Club; and although we don't expect to see any table flipping, you just never know.
Why did you decide to do "Real Housewives?"
I was approached with an offer, and after viewing the Orange County Housewives with my daughters, we decided that this could be the beginning of a great new chapter in our lives!