Lola Frost

 

FLOOR WORK FOUNDATIONS

September 8, 2017 at 1:30pm

$35 pre-sale / $45 at the door

Strength and fluidity, ownership and raw power. The suggestive nature of floor work is not only powerful and primal but adds another level of stage to your performances. This movement class prepares your strength, control and stamina for the basic elements needed to incorporate floor work into your numbers or even exercise regiments. A sexy and sensual vocabulary of moves will be taught along with slick combos and some basic choreography. This workshops will leave you able to start integrating smooth transitions as well as classic and neo-burlesque inspired moves into your flows and act development.

*Not recommended for students with knees troubles.
**Knee pads or leg warmers required for all students.

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As Vancouver’s Rock’N’Roll Flapper, Lola Frost is best known for combining her anachronistic styles of vintage and modern – a true 1920’s starlet with a kiss of Ramones grit. Her pieces are a sensorial experience to behold; an elegant blend of dance, theater and fervent striptease. “She has incredible stage presence, plus a visceral physicality that demands to be watched and admired” – Tigger, The first King of Boylesque.

Performer, teacher and mentor, Lola is co-director of the Vancouver Burlesque Centre and an integral member of Sweet Soul Burlesque. She is an international, award winning and headlining performer who has had appearances at The Burlesque Hall of Fame, The Salome Cabaret and Teaseo-Ramma, been featured at Show Me Burlesque and Vaudeville Festival as well as The Vancouver International Burlesque Festival – where she has been awarded “Sexy, Sultry, Sizzlin’ Striptease” (2009) and “Most Dazzling Dancer” (2013). Miss Frost has headlined at the Colorado, Calgary, Windy City and Stockholm Burlesque Festivals as well as the Southwest Burlesque Showcase. In 2013 Lola was awarded 2nd runner up – Reigning Queen of Burlesque Miss Exotic World at the Burlesque Hall of Fame in Las Vegas.

A published and noted writer Lola has been featured on the 21st Century Burlesque Magazine and Archer Magazine sites, in print for the Berlesker: Handcrafted Literary Journal and Quills Erotic Poetry Magazine along with keeping her own blog with a steadily growing following. She is proud to be a RED Burlesque Lipstick signature shade girl and to have been voted into the Top 50 industry figures of Burlesque by Burlesque Magazine 4 years running!

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