Blue Moon Circus is looking for freaks and geeks..and a few other performers this Saturday at a private location.
Performance and burlesque Troupe Mondo-A-Go-GO is holding auditions tonight at the Mag Bar from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
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
Mondo Wrestling A Go Go is the brainchild of wrestling super star Al Snow and brings together wrestlers and burlesque/circus acts.
Va Va Revue was a brief stroll down memory lane on June 17 and 18 at Art Sanctuary and Alley Theater. The show was a fundraiser put together to raise funds for Art Sanctuary, a local visual arts non-profit. The girls put on a high energy show amidst cankles and catcalls.
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.
The only kind of Valentine’s Day circus that is tolerable is the “Love is a Circus” show at Magnolia Bar on Thursday, February 10.
Local performer Jorden Dundich performs with fire, hoops, and in aerial arts but also offers healthy hoop classes. She credits her weight loss, success to hooping.
The men stuck to telling jokes, doing magic tricks, and singing, while the woman dangled scantily clad from the ceiling.
Instead of kids tap dancing, there will be sequined divas at a classic Louisville haunt.
Hot coco and an open fire may warm you, but renowned vixens can match that and sound like more fun.
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.