"The Roxy is still alive and well in many hearts and minds "
The highlight of my night was the 3 original roxy ads that where displayed in the hallway of the beachland, Thank you Jim Lanza and Eric Clink for brining those posters out to us-
Jim Lanza with The Roxy Prints is amazing, There was great memories of Cleveland that night for the audience to enjoy and remember, let us not forget Spooky Grrrl Bath and Body with yummy hand made soaps and Yelp Cleveland!
The cast of the show was amazing, Ray Raymond and Gilgamesh T gave the girls good competition for the night, All the ladies of Le Femme Mystique Burlesque were amazing and surprised me ever so much with their old school flair! the whole show it self was as it was envisioned since the start with the late additions of Leslie Andrews and The swing dancers with Get Hep Swing. Stevie Resse Desmond dazzled the crowd and Peggy De Lune killed it!
I have to say am the luckiest burlesque performer in the world to have such an amazing community behind me helping, enjoying, remembering and loving burlesque. After the hard times i have encountered in the last couple of months this was a show where my heart swell with happiness and warmth.
The Rustbelt Bump and Grind documentary was a success, Seeing people react to this was so wonderful and the rawr of applause was moving me to tears (i did cry).
Thank you ever so much to every single person that attended and that loved, cheered and shared all this with each other. You do not know how much this meant to me and all the cast. We are one step closer to a dream :) thanks to you!