I had wanted to create an act to this song – possibly THE sexiest song ever written – for years. Who knew it would be in the guise of a 1930s gangster mob moll? The tommy-gun-in-violin-case prop was no small feat itself. Because no, tommy guns did not fit in violin cases. Fabricated by a props fabricator in NoCal, with final touches put on by the friends and hefty crew of the scenic department on Quentin Tarantino’s Hateful 8, this prop weighs in at about 20 pounds, which is why you don’t see me swinging it around too much:-) Melissa Coindreau created the elegant flare skirt with TWO full release zippers and I myself constructed the cage bra and cage panties, which turned out exquisitely, if I do say so myself.
Enjoy an act based in my fascination with women who utilize concealed carry underneath their slimmest, finest garments:
Tonya Kay, The Most Dangerous Woman In Hollywood, performs her 1930’s noir styled Concealed Carry Burlesque to the Eagles ‘Those Shoes’ in the ‘Midnight Carnival’, produced by Valentina in San Diego, CA. How much heat can one woman pack and where oh where does a burlesque performer pack it anyway?!
Videography by Tony Magpantay and Matthew Hohlfeld
Thumbnail photo by Studio X Photography