Lazy Stripper Techniques: Eye-Fucking for Beginners
Do you find yourself nervously moving on stage? Do you feel that every one of your acts needs to include intense choreography? Do you feel you're giving it your all on stage but not quite reaching the crowd?
It's time to strip smarter, not harder.
This class will teach the value and power of stillness, connecting with the audience through eye contact, and how to cultivate stage presence. Maggie McMuffin will teach you how to have an engaging, powerful act without putting yourself through a physical wringer.
Class will include exercises in eye contact, holding space, and self love.
Feb. 6, 2016, 10 a.m. -
William Dawes A
About the Teacher - Maggie McMuffin
Maggie McMuffin is a trained actor, holding a Bachelor of Fine Arts. After years of combining nudity with other theatrical genres such as rock musicals and cabarets, Maggie started burlesquing in 2010. Initially a stage kitten for Montana's premiere burlesque troupe The Cigarette Girls, she quickly began work as a performer. In 2013 she headed for Seattle, finding a home among the growing Nerdlesque community. Drawing inspiration from past and present pop culture, Maggie combines comedic flair with the gritty dance moves of 1970’s strip clubs. Known as The Pelvis of Justice, she's here to hip-thrust her way into your heart.
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