Coco Lectric and some Bachelor Pad surprises.

Coco Lectric in Bachleor Pad Issue 16

The last issue of Bachelor Pad Magazine featured cover star and centerfold Coco Lectric, hailing from Austin, Texas. This week the lady herself visits Olympia and Seattle, performing and workshopping at Johansen Olympia Dance Center (August 6) and Miss Indigo Blue’s Academy of Burlesque in Seattle (August 7). Not only is Coco the Headmistress of the Austin Academy of Burlesque, she’s also one of the founding members of award-winning troupe The Jigglewatts, and has performed in festivals and burlesque showcases across the country including Cointreau’s Dita Von Teese: Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans back in 2010.

Coco’s sizzling moves and signature bombshell looks have earned her multiple titles, including Texas Performer of the Year 2010, Troupe of the Year (Jigglewatts Burlesque, 2010 & 2011), and 3rd place at Viva Las Vegas 2011. She’s also the assistant producer of the Texas Burlesque Festival and has been a regular in multiple pinup magazines. Coco does it all, and does it with style.

Learn a few secrets of the bump n’ grind from one of the Lone Star State’s best by clicking on one of three classes available HERE. Next up Coco travels westward to San Francisco, where among other events she will perform with Satan’s Angel in Barbary Coast Burlesque.

A while back, multi-talented photographer Kaylin Idora shared this drop dead gorgeous portrait of Coco in New Orleans with Burlesque Seattle Press, and it’s so fantastic it calls for reposting:

Coco Lectric (Photo by Kaylin Idora, used w/ permission)

For more photos from the shoot, check out Kaylin’s Facebook page HERE or visit

Speaking of Bachelor Pad Magazine, some may have noticed in Coco’s issue several Seattle performers were also featured. Inga Ingénue, Miss Kitty Baby, and The Shanghai Pearl (photographed by POC) also livened up mailboxes coast to coast.

Guess who is featured in the current issue?

Queen of Burlesque Miss Indigo Blue on the cover of Bachelor Pad 17 (Photographed by POC)

And last but not least in news for today- our friends at NY’s Burlesque Beat have syndicated Madeline Rider’s heartfelt recent review of the hit Whedonesque Burlesque show. Look for future collaborations between Burlesque Seattle Press and Burlesque Beat, and visit Madeline’s featured posting HERE.

~ by angrytruffle on 08/04/2011.

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