Drawing on his experience with LA-based burlesque bar Forty Deuce, Revel hired Kane to put together something "unique" and "sensual," but not necessarily "sexy." But definitely dramatic.
At certain points, flying catwalks will descend from the ceiling and transition the whole space from a regular nightclub into a highly choreographed performance with live musicians and dancers. Here's what Kane himself has to say about the whole thing:
"It's a nightclub, during your time there, all of a sudden, there's going to be a shift in energy, and a show's gonna start. Live musicians are going to be there, and dancers are going to be dancing all around."
For those not able to stay awake past the initial bump-n-grind portion of the evening, dancers will be on hand during the afternoons on weekends to offer burlesque lessons. Then, you'll be equipped to put on a show of your own anytime the lights go down and there's a stage handy. Not to mention a good amount of alcohol.