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Live photos: New York Burlesque Festival

Behold the splendor of burlesque's best

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Another New York Burlesque festival has come and gone, and with it, so has a flurry of feathers, sequins and fabulous finery—not to mention acres of bare flesh, eye-popping performances and general onstage mayhem. The sprawling four-day affair—presented by Thirsty Girl Productions and Pontani Productions—had its premiere party at Brooklyn Bowl on Friday, September 30th, with the imposing (and hilarious) Scotty the Blue Bunny running the show as emcee, and TONY was there to catch all the action.

RECOMMENDED: Full coverage of the New York Burlesque Festival

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