It’s the most WONDERFUL time of year! To me, the holiday season doesn’t kick off until I read ‘A Christmas Carol’ naked to an audience. Hey, we all have traditions! Join me for my favorite tradition on December 8th at Studio L’amour for my very special edition of Naked Girls Reading. Can’t wait to see you there! Tickets
Chicago, I hope you’re ready for all this spookiness coming up this weekend! Well, let me rephrase, I hope I’m ready! Ready or not, here I come!
Oct 26 – INFERNO at Untitled – Doors at 9pm – Tix Celebrate sin with me on Oct 26th at Untitled. We’ll be heavily featuring LUST while also taking you through Eden and getting you up close and personal with our dapper Devil! Tickets
Oct 27 – Naked Ghouls Reading – Studio L’amour – 8pm – Tix
Oct 28 – SOHO House
I’ll be premiering a brand new act! It’s top secret until then! This is a member’s only event so make sure you cuddle up to a member so they will take you. #friendswithbenefits
Happy Halloween, lovers! Let’s do this!
I’m happy to announce that I’m bringing back 2 workshops to Studio L’amour on Oct 15th!
First, is Booty Lab! Learn all my tricks and tips for highlighting the bootius maximus! We’ll work on shimmies, isolations, bouncing and toning. Register
Then, it’s time for Sensual Movement, an entire class done in candlelight. This is a beautiful class full of soft, graceful movements. The purpose is to achieve and sensual movement meditation. It’s not about getting the choreography right. It’s just about feeling good! Register
For the last 8 years, Naked Girls Reading has spread the joy of combining nudity and reading all across the world. Come share in our celebration on March 24th at Studio L’amour. You’ll see your favorites; Lady Ginger, Greta Layne, Dominique Trixx and me! We’ll even have international readers joining us live, projected on the big screen!
We’re relaunching our salon with an improved new theater space at Studio L’amour and we can’t wait to see you!
Get your tickets today! BYOB 8pm
“The World’s Most Provocative Literary Salon…” (The Toronto Globe and Mail)