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Pin Up, starring Playboy 2011 Playmate of the Year Claire Sinclair and featuring music from Frankie Moreno, is inspired by the classic pin-up calendars from the 1940s,'50s and '60s.
The 2011 Playboy Playmate of the Year Claire Sinclair headlines this theatrical throwback. She guides guests through the 12 months of Pin Ups, pausing to let the show's five stellar dancers and slammin' six-piece swing band play out seasonal vignettes.
Sexy-sweet costumes styled after Rosie the Riveter, '60s beachwear and other images of Americana help the dancers paint pictures of each decade of the pin-ups' reign. Sinclair's radiant gowns and sequined leotards make a splash -- but don't expect her to show off what's underneath. "Pin Up" is subtly sexy.
As Sinclair explains during the show, classic pin-up girls were "flirty without being dirty."
One of the show's most delightful scenes, Sinclair, in a demure nightie, plays hide-and-seek with an enchanted pillow. In another, drummer Brian Czach leaves his drum set to play on the miced platform where dancer Sarah Short taps. He makes his way into the audience to tap on tables and glasses.
Singer Anne Martinez performs standards and contemporary hits, and scene changes are set to original music that Stratosphere star Frankie Moreno wrote for "Pin Up."
From January to December, this show is a playful tour through glamorous days gone by. It's more than a little classy and a lot clever.
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