Wednesday, 16 September 2009

...sexucation

From theage.com.au

The Crazy Horse cabaret theatre, near the Champs-Elysees and an institution since 1951, is bringing a topical flavour to its famous nude revue as part of new show by star choreographer Philippe Decoufle that launches next week.

Decoufle (...) has overhauled the traditional strobe-lit routines with numbers including a Wall Street-themed "Crisis? What Crisis?."

The number starts with statuesque dancer Fiamma Rosa, fully dressed in businesswoman attire, sitting at a desk against a backdrop of neon orange, relentlessly falling stock prices.

As she begins her strip routine, the stocks begin to rise. The prices start to turn around the more Rosa reveals, and by the end of the number they have risen some 90 percent.


Brilliant! What better way to get men and burlesque fans to ponder topical issues than by putting it in suspenders and attaching sparkly nipple tassles. But why stop at current affairs? Why not bring stories from history back to life by giving it a big, French spice injection.

How about the Fall of Rome as told by naughty talking bum cheeks, or an interpretation of Gallipoli done by two scantily clad women in a mudbath. The 12th century Great Schism of Western Christianity eloquently portrayed by Ms Lula, a chair and a horse whip has never been so interesting, and on a personal level, I'd dearly love to see the 1939 expansion of Imperial Japan into Eastern China told by the saucy Dame Vilaine as Emporer Hirohito and Evette Sensuale as the young Mao Zedong. Mmmm. Genocide has never been so sexy.

Just think of all the teenage boys that might actually pay attention in history class and the following lunchtime conversations in the locker bay...

"Geez, The Battle of the Somme was a shocking affair...but it sure had nice tits!"

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6 Comments:

At 16 September 2009 at 09:39 , Blogger the projectivist said...

bahhha haaha!
that's where they've been going wrong all this time, obviously.

why stop at history?
it's sure to work with boring subjects like chemistry and maths as well.

 
At 16 September 2009 at 12:04 , Blogger killerrabbit said...

What about something for us ladies, how about War and Peace done by the Chippendales?

 
At 16 September 2009 at 17:38 , Blogger Kath Lockett said...

Well, Pub Daddy, get a knocking on the doors of the Mens Gallery and Goldfingers et al and SELL them your idea

Killerrabbit - how about chocolate and a full night's sleep for us ladies?

 
At 16 September 2009 at 18:46 , Blogger Lorna Lilo said...

The Boston tea party, "show us your buns" they said. The invasion of Poland, "I'll be Poland and you be the Germans!!"...endless possibilities.

 
At 17 September 2009 at 00:19 , Blogger P said...

What a brilliant idea - even I'd go back to class for that! Well, maybe not for the titty shakers but definitely if there was a little pizazz added.

I'm thinking Eddie Izzard - comedy is more my thing and there is just something about a man who can wear sequins, high heels and the right shade of lipstick that will always grab my attention!

I've learned more about history watching his DVDs than I ever did at school.

 
At 18 September 2009 at 09:48 , Blogger The Man at the Pub said...

Your'e all sick!







;o)

 

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