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The MC5 and the Frost performed on a regular basis. Tickets were inexpensive and the shows were well attended. The businesses and residents of the area wanted the shows stopped and the theatre closed back then as well. The owners agreed to drop the property in exchange for the city exempting various cabaret ordinances for the Hustler Club planned at Outer Drive and Papalas.
Hustler Club - Lincoln Park, Michigan
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We've been covering burlesque for years, and it's always a fun scene to report on, full of funny, articulate people. You see, burlesque is a cheeky art involving plenty of slap and tickle, and it takes a pretty broad-minded sort of person to get involved. That said, it seemed an article of faith that practitioners of burlesque tried to keep their shows sweet, soft, sexy, and suggestive, full of innuendo delivered with a wink. Burlesque promoters have told us in the past that the worlds of burlesque and "fetish performance" remain more or less discrete from each other, though they didn't put too fine a point on it. So imagine our surprise when Bobby Ray called us up about a new show he's helping co-produce at the Hustler Club in Lincoln Park.
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