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  1. Kris Eitland
    May 15, 2013 @ 8:25 am

    http://sandiegostory.com/la-femme-tragique-at-les-girls/
    Part I of the La Femme productions, for the history buffs.

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  2. Kata Pierce-Morgan
    May 16, 2013 @ 2:44 pm

    I directed the Mystery of Elle and Barbara says I have a tough skin, because I loved this review. I want to add though that the waste of Minaqua’s talent needs to read a “preservation of her talent” as she has been in a cast for 5 weeks with a broken foot. Her confinement to the pole was our version of a theatrical crutch. Kris, you continue to be a very humorous, educated critic. We also received positive comments on the show. Many people whom I hoped to see came to see the show – except my 30 year old nephew who did want to see his Aunt’s boobs again. Remember I played the aging stripper Memorie in 2012 premiere of La Femme Tragique: The Story of Memorie, I was doing lights this time, and he missed the hot Ooh La Las, three very pretty representatives of Les Girls. Of course, he will not miss their performances in the Fringe Festival, July 5-7 at Les Girls. We are premiering La Femme Tragique: Angela’s Dream. This show will present at 9pm and will be faster-paced and steamy for both the sailor and the Fringe crowd, who may like a bit of vixen with their art. Kata with lafemmetragique.com

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    • Kata Pierce-Morgan
      May 16, 2013 @ 4:15 pm

      My earlier post is MEANT to read: except my 30 year old nephew who did NOT want to see his Aunt’s boobs again.

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