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"Booze, Babes, and Burlesque" Make the Lakewood Theater a Rumpus Room For a Night

It should be pretty clear by now that our regular contributor Danny Hurley loves heading out to photograph wherever people are dressing up, or undressing. Either that, or we just love sending him out to these things.

The Atomic Frolic Burlesque Revue combined elements of both in its Saturday night show at the Lakewood Theater. With the crowd dressed up in their retro best, the dancers -- Miss Exotic World 2002 Kitten de Ville among them -- made a show of dressing down.

We've got the rest of Danny's shots up here in this photo set.

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