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"A Suspicious Package That You’ll Actually Want to Open"

2 Jun 15th, 2009
A Suspicious Package That You’ll Actually Want to Open
Posted by Drew Grant

Even though the nu-Burlesque movement might have run its course by the time Chuck Bass visited The Box, there are still kids out there
making the art of the fancy strip-tease transcend the traditional. Enter Suspicious Package, a crazy dance party act that is reminiscent of
Peaches, if Peaches took off her shirt for every song instead of vomiting or pretending to vomit on Iggy Pop. The twosome (and their many
guest-friends) describe themselves as “a new girl group and dance band comprised of the glitter-covered, quintuple-threat, Brooklyn-based,
multi-media mavens.” Twee enough for you yet? Even their names are adorable: Flashpants Au Lait and Miss Emilia.
NSFW (even though they’re wearing pasties…and in one case, pastries) pics of the dynamic duo, after the jump.

You can check out more of Suspicious Package’s…uh, package over at their site ( They also have a new album coming out (yes, they do
more than take their clothes off, they provide the background music for it as well!) on Muxtape (

"30 Must-Dos This Fall"

30 Must-Dos This Fall listings:

Election Night Watch Party - Suspicious Package performs with Burlesque queens. Bust out the sequins! - Time Out New York


All tracks released free online, streaming at and



Once upon a time, two star-crossed best friends were born in Manhattan and Massachusettes, respectively. They both loved pink unicorns, Michael Jackson and games of imagination (they were only children). The young Prince$$ Emilia explored the depths of alternative downtown NYC theater while growing up and became a burlesque star in New York City at a tender young (and possibly illegal) age, while Flashpants found herself singing at Lincoln Center and around the world and sweeping the musical theater stage. When the two finally and inevitably collided, at Oberlin College in Ohio while studying music and environmentalism, the stardust explosion lead to brilliance for them and those around them: to projects such as the notorious guerilla street theater surprise showchoir around campus, and the spread of burlesque in their small section of Ohio. After graduating, they decided to move their acclaimed dancing, performing and singing to Brooklyn together and turned their basement apartment into a dance, music & costume studio.

Soon, they were sweeping the stages of NYC burlesque, from The Slipper Room to Lucky Cheng's, and leaving standing ovations in their wake. Their Global Warming Burlesque Show at Rockstar Bar was picked up for a run at Pratt Manhattan Gallery. With the help of music genius friends - with pedigrees from Oberlin, Eastman, and interactive studios Fluid and Crush & Lovely - they sharpened their midi-writing skills and collaborated with cross genre composers and producers - from classical to hip hop. The result is a unique combination of high-energy songs, spanning genres from experimental electro to hard rock, that each has its own journey through a highly polished dance and stage performance. There has never been a performance where at least one audience member does not claim to have seen the best thing that has ever happened in their life.

See them in action at:

Venues in NYC & Brooklyn:
The L Music Festival (Jack the Pelican Gallery), Glasslands, Hugs, Bowery Electric, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, Hugs, The Baggott Inn, Rockstar Bar, The Slipper Room, Galapagos, Bowery Poetry Club, Rififi/Cinema Classics, Royal Oak, Kings County, Bar On A, Coney Island USA, Rockstar Bar, Lucky Cheng's

Venues in Santa Fe, New Mexico:
Wise Fool New Mexico (2009 "Best Of Santa Fe" winner), Corazon, El Museo Cultural, Fusion, Tin Star Saloon