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Burlesque show begins Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe residency

Volume, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's new burlesque show, began its residency on Thursday, July 19.
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Fans of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe’s winter burlesque residency known as Electrify will want to return to the venue once again this summer for an all-new production put on by the same team.

Known as Volume, the high-energy show features dancers, aerialists and specialty acts — all set to classic rock hits.

“More than a burlesque show, Volume is an upbeat, action-packed adventure through rock history that combines sexy dance numbers with tight-knit choreography, amazing costumes, live music, specialty acts and comedy,” states a press release from Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

Kelly Proud, a vocalist who is regularly featured at casinos in the region surrounding Reno, hosts the show, which is written and directed by Dana Nott and Sarah Sperber. Jeci Smith was the lead dancer of Electrify, and has choreographed a handful of the numbers in Volume.

“We’re excited to host this new show that combines the vibe and energy the Hard Rock is known for with dancers and specialty acts that feature the musical influences of Americana and classic rock,” noted Brandie Warr, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s director of resort marketing. “Volume will make the stage sizzle, and we can’t wait for people to see the set, costumes, soundtrack and special guests.”

Dreu Murin Productions, that company that produced winter’s Electrify residency, returns to bring Volume to South Shore audiences. Guests must be at least 21 years of age in order to attend.

Volume premiered in Vinyl Showroom on Thursday, July 19, and performances are held every Thursday and Friday, and select Saturdays, through Saturday, Sept. 8. Each show begins at 8 p.m. and ticket price ranges from $30-$40. Learn more at http://www.hardrockcasinolaketahoe.com.

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