The vixens have officially found their groove. Opening night of Va Va Valentine was a smashing success, tantalizing a sold out crowd with standing room only. I think this show would be the perfect ending to spending a date at a spa/salon with your mate. Make yourselves dapper and pampered before spoiling yourselves at this show.
After finding a new home at Headliners, the Vixens please even the scroogiest of folks
The Vixens will be live at Headliners tonight for the first of five performances.
Louisville's premiere burlesque troupe returns with Va Va Revue: Naughty or Nice in a new home: Headliner's Music Hall. weekends, 11/26 - 12/10
The Va Va Vixens are at it again, and Va Va Revue just might be the perfect alternative gift for father's day. You can catch this "best of" show for $25 on Friday/Saturday (Junes 17 and 18) at 8 p.m. (Doors open at 7). These shows can often sell out, so advanced tickets are recommended.
I'm performing in the 38th annual St. Patrick's Day parade in Louisville on March 12 and bringing some of Louisville's best artistic talent on board to help create the float. The parade runs from Broadway to Mid-City mall on Baxter Ave from 3-5 p.m.
Jeanette "Soulfire Bay" Martinez did an amazing contortionism routine on a pole in the Va Va Vintage show at Art Sanctuary and Alley Theater. The history of the pole dance is a long and winding one.
If you are looking for a night out with the girls, or a little date night fun, look no further than Va Va Vintage.
Tonight , November 13, is opening night for Va Va Vintage at Art Sanctuary and the Alley Theater. A group of singers, dancers, contortionists, aerialists and an illusionist take you back in time to the era of vaudeville. The preshow is a medley of torch songs by elegant clad ladies starting at about 7:40.
The Va Va Vixens are Louisville's only regularly performing burlesque troop and plan to bring Vaudeville to the stage in November.
Darshwood the Conjuror works to keep the traditions of magic alive and is releasing his DVD titled Postmodern Magic on October 2nd at Zazoos Bar and Grill with special guest performers Ohlm (an instrumental acid metal band) and the Va Va Vixens burlesque troop.
Divinity Rose invades Howl at the Moon on 4th St Live to host "You can't do that on piano!", where guests are encouraged to try to stump the pianists. Winner gets a grand prize worth over $300 and the Va Va Vixens burlesque troop is making a guest appearance with kissing booth. Locals are celebrated with free appetizer buffet and half price drinks.