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From Feathers to Leather


From Feathers to Leathers With Camille 2000
Friday, May 31, 2013
12:30 – 1:30pm
Big Al’s Comedy Club, The Orleans Hotel and Casino

Join the outrageous and passionate Camille 2000 to learn how to use your natural personality to create a stage-worthy persona. We will discuss how to establish your character without becoming pigeonholed, and how to be true to yourself in an increasingly competitive field.

About Camille 2000
Camille 2000 was the first burlesque queen to introduce Aggressive Art to burlesque with her “Tribute to Marquis De Sade”. With the tagline “The Girl for Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow,” she’s a performer no one can forget. She has posed for elite photographers, travelled with trunks of costumes and props, and once had a Japanese television crew follow her, reality TV-style, long before that genre ever became popular. Her scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, photographs with celebrities outline a 20-year career that earned her an induction in the Burlesque Hall of Fame, as well as acting roles in movies and television shows. She acted alongside Burt Reynolds in “B.L. Stryker;” appeared in 13 episodes of “Miami Vice,” worked with rock star Iggy Pop, and appeared in “Porky’s II” and Alan Carr’s remake of “Where the Boys Are.” Her emotionally powerful fan dance marked her return to the stage in 2011, and her S&M-themed act with Tigger! made the audience roar at the BHoF Weekender in 2012.

21+ Event.

The Orleans Hotel & Casino

Las Vegas, NV