August 14th **Burlesque 101**Burlesque 101** 7-9pm in SF at Center for Sex and Culture 1349 Mission st, SF CA:
In this two-hour workshop, students will learn the history of burlesque, how to create a persona and basic choreography. As well as learning to build your burlesque attitude; feel great about your body, and an open discussion about increased confidence and positive thinking.
Burlesque 101 has been seen in the NYTimes, KOFY TV, Curve Magazine at Fabulosa Fest at the Yerba Buena Center For The Arts and MORE!.
Aug 21st **Choreography with Alotta Boutte** 7-9pm in SF at Center for Sex and Culture 1349 Mission st, SF CA:
Get the lessons in bumps, grinds and all those magical moves of burlesque stars from Alotta Boutte who won Best Troupe at Miss Exotic World 2004, and Best Burlesque in both SF Guardian and Eastbay Express. She has graced the pages of 7x7 Magazine as part of the annual “Top 20 under 40.” and Jan/Feb 08 issue of Curve Magazine. She has been in productions of Margaret Cho’s Sensuous Woman, Miss Exotic World, Tease-O-Rama and Beach Blanket Babylon.
Aug 28th **Above the boobs:Hair and Make-Up** 7-9pm in SF at Center for Sex and Culture 1349 Mission st, SF CA: es, accentuate your look, use hair pieces and wigs. Learn the proper care of fake hair, the secrets to being seen by the back row and just how to get that glittery lipstick. Most materials provided. Please bring if you have: base, make-up brushes, mascara and liquid eyeliner.
Sept 4th **Burlesque 201** 7-9pm in SF at Center for Sex and Culture 1349 Mission st, SF CA:
Getting an Act together:Students are encouraged to come with an act or character in mind. We will develop personas and discuss song choice, prop use, costume selection and techniques for coming up with acts. This class will include lecture and group work.
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