Costuming Menswear with Bazuka Joe
Costuming Menswear is a lecture-based workshop that discusses the styling of menswear throughout history. This class lays out options that go far beyond the classic suit and discusses constructing those ideas through a burlesque lens including embellishing techniques for theatrical effect and designing tear-away elements.
Bazuka Joe is one third of The Stage Door Johnnies from Chicago, named Burlesque Hall of Fame ""Best Group 2011"". Bazuka headlines and tours throughout the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe and has been listed in the Top 50 Burlesque Performers in the world for 7 years consecutively. Trained in contemporary, classical, and jazz dance, theater, and vault staff he is a seasoned teacher and instructor with more than fifteen years of experience teaching and directing at a professional level. Before entering the world of burlesque and cabaret, Bazuka served as Artistic Director for Open House Dance Company and choreographed/performed in the iconic indie film ""Were the World Mine"".
Day: Sundays at 10:58 a.m.
Price: $ None
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