Monday night, X Burlesque commemorated its 20th anniversary on the famous Las Vegas Strip with an evening full of celebrations and surprises.
The show was honored by Caesars Entertainment’s President of Entertainment, Jason Gastwirth, as well as Clark County Commissioner Tick Segerblom, who presented Matt and Angela Stabile, creators and producers of X Burlesque, with a Key to the Las Vegas Strip.
Guests were then treated to a rousing performance of the production inside the X Burlesque Theatre, featuring three new dance numbers, including a new hip-hop number, “Tap In” by Saweetie; a new bed number set to Adele’s “Easy On Me;” and a new solo, “I Just Want To Make Love To You” by Etta James.
Prior to the performance, guests celebrated with a red carpet reception at Bugsy & Meyer’s inside Flamingo Las Vegas. The X Burlesque dancers were joined on the red carpet by Matt and Angela Stabile; show producer and manager Tiffany Mondell; and show choreographer, manager and producer Anthony Cardella. Spotted at the event were comedian Rich Little, musician Frankie Sidoris, Flamingo Las Vegas headliner Piff the Magic Dragon and Jade Simone, Harrah’s Las Vegas headliner Tape Face, professional BMX rider Ricardo Laguna, the Australian Bee Gees, dancers from FANTASY, magician Murray SawChuck and wife Dani Elizabeth, magician Douglas Leferovich, international pinup model Sabina Kelley, cast members from Raiding the Rock Vault, and dancers from X Burlesque’s sister show, X Country at Harrah’s Las Vegas.
ABOUT X BURLESQUE:
Provocative, daring and scintillating, X Burlesque brings adult fantasies to the stage in a bubbly production show led by a troupe of gorgeous dancers. Running as the city’s hottest topless revue for 20 years, the X Burlesque beauties bare their assets all while playfully interacting with the audience. With bits set to music by hot contemporary artists, numbers range from frisky to X-rated, hence the show’s seductive name.
Created and produced by husband and wife team, Matt and Angela Stabile, X Burlesque performs at Flamingo Las Vegas Thursday through Monday at 10 p.m., with additional 7 p.m. shows Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Tickets start at $56, plus tax and fees, and can be purchased at the Flamingo Box Office, by phone at (702) 733-3333 or (800) 221-7299, or by visiting flamingolasvegas.com. Guests must by 18 years or older.