By Dianne R. Davis
Photo credit: Dianne R. Davis or Burton Davis unless otherwise noted.
Holly Madison, Josh Strickland & Angel Porrino Add To The Fun at Opening At Excalibur of Laura Croft's Night School 4 Girls
Boas, Bootie, and Boobies! Laura Croft was joined by her co-stars from E’s “Holly’s World” at the pink carpet opening of Night School 4 Girls at Excalibur. Fun and more fun were the order of the day as the Holly Madison, Angel Porrino, and Josh Strickland appeared on the pink carpet.
Madison, in an emerald green Laundry by Shelli Segal dress with jeweled Roberto Cavalli heels was the picture of elegance, graciously posing for photographers and endorsing her friend’s newest undertaking.
Josh Strickland, Angel Porrino, Holly Madison and Laura Croft
Angel Porrino and Josh Strickland both hammed it up for the photographers. Josh even wrapped himself around the stripper pole strategically installed on the pink carpet just for the occasion. Both donned boas for the photos as well.
Laura Croft with the ladies of 'Fantasy'
Cast members from Fantasy at the Luxor, including lead singer and newlywed Lorena Peril (second from right), provided eye candy for the guys and cast members from Thunder Down Under, the male stripper show which shares the theater with Night School, provided the ladies with some stimulus to make the day even more enjoyable.
Instructors with Laura Croft
Following the red carpet, the women went inside for their 70 minute class. Croft introduced the students to the, “ultimate experience in higher nightlife education.” The class is design to take the art of seduction to the next level as the ladies learn pole and burlesque dancing from the pros as real Las Vegas showgirls guide women on how to release their inner bombshell. During class you can hear the instructor urging the women to , “toss it around ladies, shimmy down next, straddle like a cougar.” The moves have names like, “come & get it daddy” and “squat bootie roll.”
From where this writer sat, the women had a good workout and enjoyed every minute of it. They left with some new moves and a lot less self consciousness. Looks like the guys will be winners when those gals get home and showcase their new moves! It’s perfect for those bachelorette parties or just a plain old girlie good time.
Created and produced by SPI Entertainment, Night School 4 Girls is open every Friday through Sunday afternoon in the Thunder From Down Under Showroom at Excalibur Hotel & Casino. The 70 minute classes are offered every Friday at 2 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Class times on Saturdays are at 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. and on Sundays at 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Packages start at $39.95. For reservations, call (702) 597-7600 or visit www.excalibur.com or www.nightschool4girls.com. For more information, visit www.nightschool4girls.com, become a friend on Facebook. www.facebook.com/NightSchool4Girls or follow Night School 4 Girls on Twitter, @NightSchool4GLV.
"Students" left with special gift bags.
Producer Bri Ulivari welcomes you to Night School 4 Girls.
The expression “drive the bus home” takes on a whole new meaning during class at “Night School 4 Girls” at the Excalibur.
Tony Martucci & the Witness Protection Band to Perform Oct 21 in Sun City Anthem
There’s a lot of talent in Sun City Anthem where I live. If you enjoy the sounds from the 50’s, along with memories of Dino, Frank, and Bobby Darin, then come hear my friend Tony Martucci on Friday, October 21. He’ll be performing in Independence Center, Freedom Hall in Sun City Anthem, along with his Witness Protection Band. The tickets are only $15 per person.
Tony Martucci is a New York native and a resident of Sun City Anthem. John Paul Molfetta and his cousin Charlie Sands, bass and drums respectively, also hail from NY. Tony Cedola and his "NiteKing" pal John Falbo (another New Yorker) provide the keyboards and guitar. Paul Smit adds his sax to the group.
The past three years Tony performed, directed and produced his one-man show “Just Tony & Friends” at the Starbright Theatre in Summerlin, the Convention Center at Mandalay Bay, Sands Convention Center at Venetian Hotel, and MacDonald Ranch. The most recent show was performed with a quartet. Over the years, Tony has performed at Casa di Amore and the infamous Bootlegger restaurant and nightclub, with Frankie Scinta of the Fabulous Scintas, and Tony Orlando at the South Point Hotel and Casino.
For ticket information visit the Sun City Anthem ticket office or call 702-263-3049 and ask for Tony C.