Fever Burlesque will appear in Gympie at Freemasons Hotel, September 5.
Fever Burlesque will appear in Gympie at Freemasons Hotel, September 5. CONTRIBUTED

Catch the Fever of burlesque

FEVER Burlesque is not your ordinary girly show.

Modern-day, hot, high-class cabaret is how it has been described, says creator D'Anne Ryal.

She invited Gympie people to the show at the Freemasons Hotel on September 5 to experience the professional presentation, with its mindful and creative approach.

Fever Burlesque is a unique up-market burlesque erotic dance production - a show with a difference that attracts audiences made up of both males and females of all ages.

A touch risque combined with some good old-fashioned humour for some light-hearted fun.

Fever Productions has chosen five of Sydney's finest showgirls to present two-and-a-half hours of thrilling all-female entertainment.

Spectacular lighting and fantastic choreography coupled with amazing costumes give this show an edge.

D'Anne Ryall is a professional entertainer whose reputation in the industry has been built on nearly 22 years of directing, producing, choreographing and performing in high-energy live dance shows.

As director of Fever Productions, D'Anne has put together some of the most sought-after cabaret in the country.

Her roles have included everything from staging, choreography, directing, costume and lighting design, to business administrator and being teacher and mentor to her team.

D'Anne also provides private tuition for women who want to learn the art of burlesque.

This is the third tour of Australia for the Fever Burlesque dance troupe.

Tickets to the Gympie show are available at Freemasons Hotel for $25 pre-sale or $35 at the door on the night.

Hotel staff would award audience prizes for best burlesque outfit and giveaway a lucky door prize.

Gympie Times


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