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Naughty Boy Burlesque, Vegas Style

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Photo above: Getty Images; Photos below (3) Scott Harrison

Leave it to Las Vegas to flesh out the latent performance possibilities of gay go-go boys. Starting Monday, March 3rd at Forty Deuce, the Vegas club where Ivan Kane launched the successful and teasing combination of burlesque and rock n’ roll, Kane is giving his all-male bevy of go-go knock-outs a bit of burlesque charm with his new project, Stormy Monday.

Either that, or he’s giving his burlesque boys a few go-go glam-trash tips. One way or the other, it sounds -- and looks – rather hot.

Running continuously from opening -- literally, the boys dance in the club’s windows -- to lights out, the burlesque performances flow from sexy strips to audience-surrounding, full-ensemble extravaganzas.

Of course, this is all going on alongside the usual, if slightly more intimate, gay club fanfare of DJs, dancing, and drinking.

If this doesn’t have “Vegas” all over it, I don’t know what does. Bless your neon heart, Vegas.


Photo above: Getty Images; Photos below (3) Scott Harrison

Leave it to Las Vegas to flesh out the latent performance possibilities of gay go-go boys. Starting Monday, March 3rd at Forty Deuce, the Vegas club where Ivan Kane launched the successful and teasing combination of burlesque and rock n’ roll, Kane is giving his all-male bevy of go-go knock-outs a bit of burlesque charm with his new project, Stormy Monday.

Either that, or he’s giving his burlesque boys a few go-go glam-trash tips. One way or the other, it sounds -- and looks – rather hot.

Running continuously from opening -- literally, the boys dance in the club’s windows -- to lights out, the burlesque performances flow from sexy strips to audience-surrounding, full-ensemble extravaganzas.

Of course, this is all going on alongside the usual, if slightly more intimate, gay club fanfare of DJs, dancing, and drinking.

If this doesn’t have “Vegas” all over it, I don’t know what does. Bless your neon heart, Vegas.


Photo above: Getty Images; Photos below (3) Scott Harrison

Leave it to Las Vegas to flesh out the latent performance possibilities of gay go-go boys. Starting Monday, March 3rd at Forty Deuce, the Vegas club where Ivan Kane launched the successful and teasing combination of burlesque and rock n’ roll, Kane is giving his all-male bevy of go-go knock-outs a bit of burlesque charm with his new project, Stormy Monday.

Either that, or he’s giving his burlesque boys a few go-go glam-trash tips. One way or the other, it sounds -- and looks – rather hot.

Running continuously from opening -- literally, the boys dance in the club’s windows -- to lights out, the burlesque performances flow from sexy strips to audience-surrounding, full-ensemble extravaganzas.

Of course, this is all going on alongside the usual, if slightly more intimate, gay club fanfare of DJs, dancing, and drinking.

If this doesn’t have “Vegas” all over it, I don’t know what does. Bless your neon heart, Vegas.

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