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The Best Dallas Burlesque Photos of 2012 (NSFW)

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On Friday, April 6, Viva Dallas performed a burlesque version of Alice in Wonderland. It featured the aerial acrobatics of Alley Oops and Fleur De Tease (imagine: "Alice" in a throat-clearingly perfect split a few feet above the stage). The show was one of many adventurous-themed productions this year, which include Cirque du Soleil, Cinco De Mayo, a tribute to Dick Clark at the Lakewood Theater.

The point: it was an adventurous year for burlesque in Dallas. So, let's take a trip through the year shall we? Our favorite burlesque shots from our indefatigable photographers of the year follow:

See also: - The Best of NSFW 2012 in Dallas

 

 

 

 

   

 

   

 

See also: - The Best of NSFW 2012 in Dallas

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