The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority works copiously to ensure that Las Vegas is welcoming for all ages, but it admits that maintaining its adults-only reputation is one priority.
Dating back to the old days in Las Vegas, Burlesque has been a fun and entertaining crowd favorite. With the sequins and the music, burlesque has continued the legacy onto today. BurlesQ a new kind of burlesque show, held at the Alexis Park Hotel adds a new yet traditional flair to the burlesque scene.
BurlesQ is modeled after a traditional style Burlesque show. It contains that special Las Vegas style and pizzazz, lots of sequins, feathers, and rhinestones on beautiful dancers of all shapes and sizes. While holding a very old Vegas retro vibe that features tall and elegant Las Vegas Showgirls, visitors and locals a like love coming to see this unique revue.
BurlesQ has a core of six featured dancers and singers, each with her own featured solo. All individual performances are typical of an old school Burlesque show. Additionally, the show has a comedic host that gets the crowd going and introduces each performer that each feature a different specialty act.
The BurlesQ revue is very different from the other female reviews in Las Vegas in that it is very old fashioned. “We feature real Las Vegas Showgirls and lots of feathers and rhinestones,” said producer, Cari Beyers, “We really pay tribute and salute the traditional Burlesque style shows from the hay days of old Vegas entertainment.” BurlesQ also pays tribute to different body types, typical of the burlesque shows of the older style.
Opening back in the middle of the pandemic on December 18th, the revue has shown great success. After restrictions were lifted, the public was excited to get back out and watch new shows. “It has been amazing! We have been well received since the opening,” said Cari Beyers, “People were hungry for live entertainment and anxious to get out and enjoy Vegas.” For the producers of the show, they were not as surprised that there was success due to opening in a COVID compliant venue.
Executive producer, Pete Housley says, “BurlesQ is at its very heart the classic Las Vegas Burlesque show; feathers and all. The cast of BurlesQ brings back the retro essence of the style and fun of those shows in a modern and current fashion.” With over 100 shows down and many more to go, BurlesQ is going stronger than ever and can expect more and more people to come and see this excellent display of old-fashioned Vegas entertainment.
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