Thursday, October 17, 2013

Stripperfest: Queen Of The Stage



( Travis Clemmons - Nikon D3200 without Flash )

At Stripperfest 12, Artemis Moon sauntered away with the trophy for Queen of the Stage. To properly explain how the lovely lady did this, let me fall back on what I've learned during my own exploits at Stage Performance.

While I've never been all that good at dance, I have achieved a certain renown as a storyteller and director. At DragonCon (in 2006) I managed to make a Time Machine appear on stage in front of an audience of more than 3,000 people.

And I accomplished this feat while using only a large Black Box with a Red and Blue LED light.  These were the only special effects that I had.

How did I do it? I tapped into their imaginations and allowed their brains to do the hard work for me.

( Tamie Yost - Nikon D3200 without Flash )

( Tamie Yost - Nikon D3200 without Flash )

( Tamie Yost - Nikon D3200 without Flash )

( Tamie Yost - Nikon D3200 with Flash )

If a talented Dancer were to ask me ...

"Should I compete in Queen of the Pole or Queen of the Stage?"

My response would be ...

"Pick your poison, Darling. In which way are you most prepared to suffer for the sake of art?'


( Tamie Yost - Nikon D3200 with Flash )

While Pole is the most physically grueling side of the competition, Stage provides a set of challenges which are no less intense and frustrating. The essence of this Beast is that you have to come as close as possible to being a one girl Vaudeville Show.

Plot
Humor
Erotic Teasing
A sense of Awe



( All Pictures In This Set / Tamie Yost - Nikon D3200 with Flash )

Which brings us back to the process of tapping into their imaginations.

One of the biggest pits a Stage Dance Competitor can fall into ... Is to mistakenly go for the "Kitchen Sink" method of setting up her routine. While we are asking you to amaze us, we will quickly tune you out if you try to cram too much filler into your show.

Always remember the rule of K I S S.

- Keep It Simple Stupid -

Special Effects can greatly enhance a plot but they can't come anywhere near replacing it.


( Travis Clemmons - Nikon D3200 without Flash )

( Tamie Yost - Canon Rebel DTX with Flash )

I'm not saying that a Dancer shouldn't use elaborate props and costumes. Just don't make that the focal point of the routine.

On her top 10 list of the things to include in her routine ... My advice is that 1, 2 and 3 should be Dance. We want to see the body in motion.

( Tamie Yost - Canon Rebel DTX with Flash )

( Travis Clemmons - Nikon D3200 without Flash )

( Tamie Yost - Canon Rebel DTX with Flash )



( Travis Clemmons - Nikon D3200 without Flash )

Flags ... Grandiose Costumes ... Pole Tricks ... Bathtubs filled with Champagne ... All of these can be marvelous additions to the routine. But they will never replace the actual dance.

We want to see the process of Stripping and Dancing.

The body in motion.

The gradual revealing of the skin.

The face smiling -- The Tits shaking -- The Hips quaking -- The legs strutting -- The hands caressing her skin -- Even that delightful curve in the small of the back when she turns away from us and arches her body in just the right way.

( Tamie Yost - Canon Rebel DTX with Flash )

( Travis Clemmons - Nikon D3200 without Flash )

( Travis Clemmons - Nikon D3200 without Flash )

( Travis Clemmons - Nikon D3200 without Flash )

We've paid our entry fee and we are selfishly demanding to see it all!

And once your routine has provided a way to show us every bit of this ... Then you can start adding in the extras.

On Saturday Night and Sunday Night, a very talented woman delivered two truly stunning dances. Then she went about the task of showing us those special finishing touches.

This is why Artemis Moon took the title "Queen of the Stage" at Stripperfest 12.






( All Pictures In This Set / Tamie Yost - Canon Rebel DTX with Flash )

Travis Clemmons

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