Burn The Floor Review – Undoubtedly Hot Enough To Burn You With The Desire To Watch More
Burn The Floor Musical Is Truly Hot
Burn The Floor On Broadway – A Dazzling All-Dance Show
Burn The Floor Leaves Audiences Spellbound
Burn The Floor is a musical that made its debut in 1999 in England and since then it has toured around the globe in over twenty different countries. This October, it has landed for a limited run at the Longacre Theatre on Broadway.
There are several reasons why one might want to go for this show, but the major reason is probably the presence of the guest stars Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Karina Smirnoff – both of them have gained huge popularity through the reality TV show “Dancing with the Stars”. They have wonderful chemistry with each other. And the spicy thing is that they are also a real-life, soon-to-be-wed couple. These sexy, dazzling dancers are going to be there in the Broadway version of the musical for the first three weeks. The show is scheduled to run on Broadway for twelve long weeks. The Show Fulfills The Promise It Makes
The Act II number called "Burn for You" is a real show stopper for any Burn The Floor review , where the sexy Maksim and Karina dance together while the vocalist Ricky Rojas gives a very sensitive rendition of that song. This particular dance number really raises the temperature of the theatre to a thrilling level with some exceptional performances. It is really that hot.
When you leave the theatre, you still carry with you some of the best moments that you have experienced. For example, you just cannot resist remembering Gilkison's take on the Tina Turner classic "Proud Mary". All the dancers are international figures. They are remarkably swift, technically adept, and stunningly attractive. The production team of the Broadway version of Burn The Floor is also packed with some of the finest creative talents, including John Miller (music coordinator), Charlie Hull (music consultant), Raj Kapoor (creative consultant), Peter J. Fitzgerald (sound), Rick Belzer (lighting), Janet Hine (costumes), and Ray Klausen (set).
Though the show is based on the basic styles of the ballroom dance, but Gilkison has made things more interesting and exciting by replacing the traditional sways, swirls, voltas, and pivots of ballroom dancing with sexy, saucy, hip-gyrating abandon style steps.
There are plenty of biceps to admire and bosoms to behold in the Broadway version of any Burn The Floor review. Bonita Bryg has also shown some great creativity in the costume designs – whether they are the elegant floor-length ball gowns, leather motorcycle gear, or hoop skirts that light up from within. The costumes make those slim, athletic bodies of the dancers much more attractive to look at.
In the first half of the show, the performers take you on a global journey – to a World War II-inspired jitterbug blowout, a bullfight, and to a masked Viennese ball. The individual talents of the dancers however become more visible in the latter numbers, especially when you watch them on the two giant screens flanking the stage. The second half also includes some stunning sequences, particularly in the final number when all the artists come together on the stage for a performance that you carry home in your heart.
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