By Jane Briggeman
Spurred by way of the deaths of a few of burlesque’s maximum names, this e-book highlights the careers of chosen artists and their contributions to the paintings shape. This moment version of the unique IPPY Award profitable e-book from 2004 contains updates and bonus chapters, in addition to hundreds of thousands of extra photographs.
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Burlesque: Legendary Stars of the Stage, 2nd Ed. by Jane Briggeman