December 03, 2010 08:38am
MWA: Striptease, The Show
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This article will be about what in my opinion is the best Las Vegas stage production I've ever seen! Let's all read on to see what it is all about.
Striptease the Show
Friday, November 26Th, I drove up to Las Vegas where I visited with some friends. Then Saturday evening, four of my friends and I went to the Sahara Hotel and Casino to see, "Striptease the Show," compliments of the producer of the show, Jim Hayek. Jim and his wife, Ann Marie, also just happen to own and operate the, "Pure Talent Agency."
The show is hosted by the award winning 2009 Penthouse Pet of the Year, Taya Parker who also headlines the show of course. Trained burlesque artist and the 2009 Miss Exotic USA, among other well deserved awards, Tali De'Mar also co-headlines the show.
Taya Parker does an amazing job of hosting the show. It never ceases to amaze me in regard to Taya's many talents. I simply do not believe the show would ever be the same without Taya! The lady is well deserving of superstar status!
Unfortunately, Nina Mercedez and Aspen Reign are no longer in the show. However, they have been well replaced by Jenny Romas and Soolin.
Jenny Romas, among other things, was a contestant on, "America's Got Talent." She was one half of the act, "Sexy and Dangerous."
Soolin appeared on a Playboy TV reality show.
Also in the show are three beautiful and very capable dancers named Drea, Lacy, and Rachel Moore. And for the ladies, there is one handsome, muscular, male dancer named Alin.
The show is produced by Jim Hayek of the Pure Talent Agency, and it is excellently choreographed by one of the best choreographers in Las Vegas.
I was introduced to the choreographer during the Gentlemen's Club Owners Expo last August. Unfortunately, I can't remember his name to save my soul.
This production has some great dialog by Taya Parker, some comedy, quite a few fun and very appealing props, and even a certain amount of audience participation!
In my own personal opinion, "Striptease the Show," is a very successful cross-bred hybrid of a Las Vegas-style stage show and bits and pieces of what many of the top feature dancers in the industry include in their club performances.
At an early point in the show, all eight of the cast members were on the stage performing together. I turned to my best friend since the summer before we started high school and said, "There isn't any buffet in Las Vegas that is so good as that!" My old friend could do nothing but agree with me!
Jim Hayek told me that if there are any industry people who might want to see the show, they should call or e-mail him, and he will fix them up with tickets.
Even if I could remember every single detail of the show, I've decided that I would not, "Write it all down in a tear stained letter." If anybody wants to know the details, they will need to go to Las Vegas and see the show for themselves. I cannot see how anybody could possibly not enjoy the experience. People really do need to see the show for themselves!
That will just about do it for now. Next up will be a lively discussion of three hot feature dancers. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,