Burlesque dancing can be mastered quickly if you come to class ready to learn and with your hip joints already smeared with bicycle grease. Move freely with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $59 for a private burlesque lesson for two ladies (a $130 value)
- $109 for a private burlesque lesson for four ladies (a $250 value)
- $149 for a private burlesque lesson for six ladies (a $350 value)
- $70 for an eight-week Basic Burlesque I course for one (a $140 value)
Private burlesque classes let bachelorette parties and other female groups learn the art of the tease from a professional performer. Eight-week classes cover the fundamentals of burlesque through easy choreography, designed for those with no experience in dance or theater. Click here to view the class schedule for Basic Burlesque I.
Putting together 200 burlesque shows in four years takes heartfelt dedication and an inordinate supply of pasties. For Vaudezilla founders Red Hot Annie and Dick Dijon, it was a dream come true. Their saucy theatrics have entertained audiences all over Chicago with monthly shows such as "Lincoln Fair" and the long-running, critically acclaimed burlesque parody of The Big Lebowski, which received four-star acclaim in Chicago Stage Review. The crew at Vaudezilla has also worked to innovate the art form, assembling live-band burlesque shows and story-based burlesque theater at Stage 773. In 2011, Vaudezilla opened its Belmont Avenue studio, where professional and amateur performers rehearse for shows, take belly-dance and Zumba classes, and learn the art of burlesque, which was perfected decades ago by 20th-century sex symbol Burl Ives.
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“So much fun!”
“Do it!!! Great staff, excellent teachers and it's all about fun! SEXY FUN! :)”
“Great class - Po'Chop is a FABULOUS teacher. Understand that the class is working to learn a dance that will be performed at the student showcase, so you have a...”
“Great class - Po'Chop is a FABULOUS teacher. Understand that the class is working to learn a dance that will be performed at the student showcase, so you have a chance to learn and use more than just the moves for at-home performances. Part of the class is learning standard moves/eye-contact/body confidence, while the other is a choreographed dance.”