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**Burlesque Choreography for Modern Music **
7-9pm in SF at Center for Sex and Culture 1349 Mission st, SF CA:
Would you rather do a fan dance to Lana Del Rey than The David Rose Orchestra? Let’s face it, everybody loves the classics, but some of us would like to spread our boas. Lux will teach you how to bump and grind your way into the present and future. Giving you skills from the past ranging from chair dancing to stocking peels and presenting them to a present day soundtrack that will titillate even the most classic burlesque enthusiast.
LUX LaCROIX is a burlesque star, documentary filmmaker, professional ballerina and award-winning choreographer. Professionally she has worked with artists such as Kanye West, Chris Brown, N.E.R.D., OutKast, Janet Jackson and Lady GaGa. In 2009 her burlesque based performance art piece, “Color Me Purple” was featured at REDCAT’S Spring Studio program. And in 2010, she became a principal dancer with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Company. Lux is also a regular performer in the Mexican Wrestling and Saucy Striptease extravaganza known as Lucha VaVOOM!
Since 2005, Lux LaCroix has been featured performer at the New York Burlesque Festival and in 2008 she was named Miss Exotic World’s 1st Runner-Up as well as “Most Dazzling Performer”.
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