This act is a classic turn-of-the-century music hall number, full of light-hearted cheek! A giant Victorian paper moon prop takes center stage, while Odelia appears sitting right on top of it in her floaty 1910s gown. Waving cheerfully at the audience, she decides to come down from her moon because it's just too far away from earth!
After the descent a delightful uptempo fan dance starts and more beautiful layers of costume are revealed!
A symphony of crystals and white ostrich feathers leaves the audience enchanted!
This act won 2nd place in the British Crown at World Burlesque Games 2014!
Soundtrack: Claude Debussy "Claire de Lune" / Tommy Dorsey "Blue Moon"
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