Pole Show LA presents ‘RISE’: What Did That Look Like! (Mezzo Tempo)

The evening only heated up further as every performance grew more lavish. Every vignette had skillfully and beautifully choreographed dance ensembles with as perfect tuned bodies swept across the stage floor, then flew with ease on the poles and spun to ever greater heights of fancy and imagination. The evening culminated with Leigh Ann Reilly gathering her crew of exotics and dancers up on the stage for a cheery salutation to the audience, popping of the champagne corks and the unabated tossing of undergarments in the most celebratory manner to send all in attendance on their merry way after reveling in all things L’amour!

Photo Gallery after the Break

Performances in this second RISE Pole Show LA Gallery include “Stampede” with Kelsea Alabama, a performance by Kira Noire, a performance by Doris Arnold and “Moulin Rouge” Choreographed by Jordan Kensley with Courtney Robinson, Liana Peraza and Natasha Vartaniants.

Billy Bennight

About Billy Bennight

Billy Bennight is a writer, photographer and wardrobe stylist with expertise and years of experience in these disciplines. His musical youth started as a Punk Rocker and has expanded into exploring many genres of music, with an keen interest in art, fashion, photography and writing. He shoots celebrity events and red carpets for The Photo Access and ZUMA Press. He is a member of the Los Angeles Art Association. His images have been published in The Los Angeles Times, People Magazine, Wall Street Journal and Vanity Fair. He's very engaged in life. You can follow him on his Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/billybennightartist and on Instagram and Twitter @billybennight
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