Dallas Voice (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 13, Ed. 1 Friday, August 12, 2011 Page: 29 of 56
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Sand and deliver in sexy swimwearthat doesn't beat the heat but outshines it
Bnakingnews of the obvious: It's hot outside.
If you're tired of everybody talking about the
heat, it's time to do something about it: Get out
there and show the sun who's boss .
Of course, in the gay community, you do that
by looking better than anyone else. And you do
that by sporting a Sexy skin-baring swimsuit that
highlights your assets while making a bold fash-
This is no time to break out the board shorts
that go past your knees — you might as well
swim in your Levi's. And unless you're sun-
bathing on the Baltic Sea, nobody should ever
sm you in G-string, T-back, thong or the ever-
dreaded banana hammock. There's an art to
showing off without crossing over into full-on
That's why we're particularly fond of Rock-
Created by fashion designers Natasha Sarah
and Prashant for the South Beach community in
Miami, their dramatic designs have gone global
thanks to benefits like flattering fit, an eyecatch-
ing color palette, and undeniable sex appeal.
Some suits even come emblazoned with crystals
for anyone daring enough to sport a little bling
on their weenie sling.
Rockstar has also just launched some new
products for August, so even though the sum-
mer may be quickly drawing to a close, it's never
too late to have the most current style by the
pool, on the boat, or hanging at the beach.
They're made in the United States, too, so: really
it's your patriotic duty to buy these and make
America even more beautiful (and do your part
to keep the economy going).
So even if you can't play a single chord on the
electric guitar and your groupies consist only of
your adoring mother and her Gin Rummy part-
ners, you still have the opportunity to feel like a
rock star. Without ever setting foot in rehab. ■
— Steven Lindsey
A singing plant. A daring hero.
A sweet girl. A demented dentist.
In the most outrageous musical comedy in years!
July 22 - August 21
Seymour loves two things: a beautiful, way-out-of-his-league girl
named Audrey and interesting, unusual plants. As a down-and-out
Skid Row floral assistant, he never dreamed that discovering an exotic
plant with a mysterious craving for fresh blood would turn him into an
overnight sensation! Little Shop of Horrors is an affectionate rock-n-roll
spoof of 1950s sci-fi movies that will have you laughing and dancing in
your seats. So come join Seymour, a deranged dentist, the alluring
Audrey, and the audacious Audrey II for this zany production that's
absolutely out of this world!
at the Addison Theatre Centre
Terry Produong Artistic Director
PARKING IS FREE!
At the AddisonTheatre Centre
photo by MARK ORISTANO
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