Burlesque Basics workshop with MisRed Delicious – New Plymouth

untitledCurious about the art of Burlesque? Or just want to do something different and fun with the girls? Then here’s your chance to learn the basics!

Internationally experienced burlesque performer, producer and tutor, MisRed Delicious is coming to New Plymouth for a one off workshop on burlesque basics.

Venue: TBC
Time: 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Date: 16 March 2013
Workshop is $35 per person and only payment confirms place. Places are limited and must be confirmed no later than 13 March 2013.

In this 2 hour workshop you will learn:

  • History and styles of Burlesque
  • Showgirl standing and basics of Burly-q movement
  • Feather boa work
  • Glove removal
  • A small routine bringing it all together

You’ll be supplied with a corset, gloves and boas. Please wear shorts or tights/stockings, heels and a fitted shirt so you can see your movements. Bring a water bottle too as it can get HOT!

To register your interest and get payment details please email misred@reddeliciousburlesque.com or use the contact form.

About MisRed Delicious

MisRed Delicious is an internationally experienced burlesque performer, the co-producer of the NZ Burlesque Festival and mistress of Red Rascal Productions which boasts a burlesque academy, regular shows and tour support for burlesque artists. As of February 2013, she will be offering free burlesque lessons to patients and survivors of breast cancer under the banner of Pink Light Burlesque, an idea formulated in New York by Jo Weldon, headmistress of the New York School of Burlesque.

Debuting in typical explosive MisRed Delicious fashion, she won the title Miss Bombshell 2011. In 2012 she was 2nd runner up in Miss Burlesque NZ and performed in Australia and in the USA. MisRed Delicious is returning to the USA in 2013 after being invited to multiple shows and festivals and to Judge at the Show Me Burlesque Festival, St Louis, Missouri. This judging is for the USA side of the burlesque exchange scholarship that her production company Red Rascal Productions developed to help foster international exposure for and to New Zealand burlesque performers.

With her unique style of satire and tease is always sure to delight audiences.

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