on 31 January 2009
Lady Morrighan has made an art of exotic dance; sensual, incredibly graceful, and never lapsing into vulgarity, and always with a bit of humor on the sidelines. The choreography is very easy to learn, the hard part is the smoothness of the style, if you have any awkwardness or angularity in the way you move. This DVD above all will teach you to slither slowly, seductively, beautifully, and should be a boon to young dancers and actresses who need to learn these kind of movements without looking coy on one side of the spectrum, or sleazy on the other side.
The simple choreography is broken up into smaller sections, making it a breeze to assimilate. There is the Exotic Dance section with Mae West movements, a floor work segment, and a final striptease and lap dance. A chair with an oversized bear is the audience, and I'm sure his little furry heart must skip a beat or 2 as Lady Morrighan does her tantalizing dance. This routine would be great for your special teddy bear, and will certainly add some spice to your marriage ladies!
The final performance is a lark, with an amusing costume (are those giraffe patterned tights?) and it's set to a fabulous jazzy bluesy rendition of "Still Too Late" by Ron Sunshine.
Lady Morrighan says "There is one rule in exotic dance. Don't be shy"!