Just debuted in one of the more
seedy intimate theaters on the Strip, and choreographed by the dude behind Spider-Man Live!, VV's a 60min, five-lady revue that mashes the pulp aesthetic of Tarantino (each act showcases a specific martial arts weapon) with...tittays! Plus there's songs and dancing and stuff. The Viper Vixens: Cottonmouth: Going so far as to lure lucky audience members onstage for a lap dance, the show's emcee is played by an original Pussycat Doll/Beyonce backup dancer who also fronted a band that opened for Earth, Wind, and Fire, and realized that for anyone under the age of 50 this was actually their "Fantasy". Sidewinder: Inspired by her namesake's (!) peculiar form of locomotion, the only blond of the group mimics the unconventional writhing while dancing about the stage. On a saddle. Holding a whip. Topless. Diamondback: Wielding a staff that has given up the third-most home runs in the National League doubles as a portable stripper pole, this certified Ashtanga yoga instructor uses said weapon to attack both henchmen and their conservative mores. Copperhead: A former Folies Bergere performer and Principal Dancer in the Atlantic Contemporary Ballet Theater, Copper takes to an aerial hoop with her sais, perhaps the only time you'll see such a combo considering Raphael is way too rebellious to jump through hoops for anyone, dude. Black Mamba & King Cobra: The grand finale features a martial artist/Royal Academy of Ballet (Amsterdam) alum and the show's choreographer firing crossbows at one another, doing the old William Tell routine by combining it with balloons and...tittays! Plus there're apples and heads and stuff.
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