MINI CASSANDRO TO MAKE GRAND DEBUT AT 21st PRODUCTION OF LUCHA VAVOOM;
“WE GOT THE BEAT” GOING DOWN JUNE 24 & 25 AT THE MAYAN THEATRE
LOS ANGELES, June 8, 2009 – The glorious debut of mini Cassandro, a death-defying aerial pole dance routine by Gypsy Roze, and enough luchadores and ladies to make any jaded Angeleno want to strip down and jump in the ring: Lucha VaVOOM is back! Fresh off the heels of their sold-out Cinco de Mayan fiesta, Lucha VaVOOM is gearing up for their 21st show, the summer spectacular “We Got The Beat,” taking place at the celebrated Mayan Theater in Los Angeles June 24 and 25. Tickets are on sale now at Ticketweb.com or at Wacko in Los Feliz or Brat in Santa Monica.The cult phenomenon, as featured on NPR last month, is a sexed-up, adrenaline-fueled collision of the finest in Mexican wrestling, titillating striptease and cunning linguistics. On the wrestling front, the mustached wonder Dirty Sanchez will disgust and delight the crowd with his dastardly and dirty deeds while the fireman El Bombero will heat up the ring with his chiseled physique and skilled moves. Meanwhile, not content to let the boys have all the fun, the fiery femme fatales the Poubelle Twins, will make their triumphant return to the ring.
The world famous Cassandro will strut his stuff in the “Super Estrella” headline match and he’s brought along a friend – mini Cassandro, the first-ever mini exotico. Half the size but not the fabulousness, the new mini will be born right before your very eyes and take on tiny superstar Ultimo Dragoncito, also making his Lucha VaVOOM debut. And lest not forget Los Crazy Chickens who will be squawking up a riot and letting the feathers fly.
As always, a dazzling array of talented burlesque beauties will ensure there’s never a dull moment. Bonita La Belle, Lucy Fur and Lux La Croix will take to the stage to take it off. Egyptian Princess and hula-hooper extraordinaire Karis will leave your jaw dropping and eyes popping with each twist of the show stopper’s hips. Somebody call the Guinness Book of World Records folks because the gravity-defying Gypsy Roze will attempt something that’s never been done before – an aerial pole dance routine.
The host with the most Blaine Capatch will crack wise with his comedic comrades, Spongebob Squarepants’ Tom Kenny and stand-up comedian/“The Simpson’s” scribe Dana Gould, as they offer up some hilarious play-by-play of the night’s action. Only Lucha VaVOOM has got the beat so make sure you come and get it this summer.