TASTE THE RAINBOW: Bling, Color Theory, and Hair Flower or Tie Construction
Are you afraid of color? Do you suffer from the constant use of red, black and gold? Do you want to break out into the world of tangerines, lilacs and moss greens--all in the same costume without it looking like the circus? Join Penny Starr, Jr. as she discusses using color to bring a new visual feast to the burlesque stage by constructing a hair flower or a decorated tie using both complimentary and contrasting colors.
Bring a hair flower or a tie in a color you feel comfortable working with, matching rhinestones in any quality, and any tools you need to rhinestone (wax sticks, tweezers), and some way to transport your flower or tie while it dries (tupperware, box, etc).
There will be a $15 lab fee for additional rhinestones, sequins, and rhinestone glue. You will finish your creation at home.
WHEN: Sunday, February 17th from 1:45pm to 2:45pm
WHERE: West Hall
$25 in advance, $30 at the door
OR $50 in advance is you sign up for this class AND: Pop, Peel, Shimmy & Flow: Using Your Costume to Full Effect. Class info HERE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/322699
"A Delightful Sexpot Burlesque Royalty" LA WEEKLY Granddaughter of Philadelphia burlesque legend Penny Starr Sr, Penny Starr, Jr. is "the Pe-Tite Barnum of Burlesque": Award-winning burlesque dancer (First Runner-Up, Burlesque Hall Of Fame, 2004), producer/director of VICTORY VARIETY HOUR, founder of ALL-STARR BURLESQUE CLASSES, director/producer of the documentary THE VELVET HAMMER BURLESQUE and the PRINCESS FARHANA line of videos, as well as a writer for BACHELOR PAD MAGAZINE and has been featured on 21st CENTURY BURLESQUE website. She is a regular performer and instructor at both BURLYCON in Seattle and WINDY CITY BURLESQUE FEST, and has consulted on the TV shows CHUCK, CASTLE and the film WATER FOR ELEPHANTS.
West Hall, Oddfellows Building (View)
915 E Pine Street, 2nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98122