Direct from the Las Vegas glitter strip, performers from Manpower Australia will be bringing their raunchy stage show to Moreton Bay for one night only as part of their upcoming tour.
The guys are sure to get hearts racing when they appear at Norths Leagues Club on Sunday, February 5, where they will rip off their shirts to parade their perfectly chiselled physiques and seduce the audience with their provocative dance routines.
One of the lads who will have ladies screaming for more is performer Kurt Joseph, who joined the highly successful male revue show in 2015.
Before he travels back to Australia for the tour, Kurt took time out of his busy schedule to speak to Moreton Daily via Zoom from his home in Las Vegas.
During the interview, Kurt said audiences can expect a world-class show with lots of cheeky humour.
“The show is full of high energy, is professionally choreographed and just a whole lot of fun,” Kurt said.
“It’s not a strip show per se – there’s no free styling from any of the dancers. It’s a professionally choreographed show that is full of go, go go.
“There is also lots of hands-on audience participation which the crowds really love.
“We have people of all ages enjoy the show and get up on stage.
“The other night in Vegas we had a 94-year-old woman get up on stage with us!
“This isn’t the type of show that you would find at your local RSL – this is the same show we perform every night at the Excalibur Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
“The show has been performed there for 21 years…. and we go out on stage 12 times a week.”
Manpower Australia, also known as the Thunder from Down Under, is one of the longest performing shows in Vegas, with the boys recently being awarded the keys to the Las Vegas strip.
Strutting his stuff
During the shows, Kurt (pictured above) normally acts as the group’s MC, with his job to rev up the ladies and keep the hype going.
However, during this show you will see him strutting his stuff on stage for your pleasure.
“This time I won’t be on the microphone warming up the crowds. Instead, I will be filling a backup dancing role,” Kurt explained.
“My favourite dance routine is towards the end of the show, which features a mix between the Bee Gee’s song Stayin’ Alive and Pony by Ginuwine.
“It’s a funky song and allows me to show off a lot of my personality.
“On stage I am very happy and smiley, and you will see me yelling out to people and messing around.
“I don’t take it too seriously – it’s just a whole lot of sexy fun.”
How to book
The guys from Manpower Australia will be appearing on stage at Norths Leagues Club on Sunday, February 5.
This show is part of their new tour, with shows also to be performed in Cairns, Townsville, Mackay, Rockhampton, Alexandra Hills, the Gold Coast and parts of New South Wales.
Doors will open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
Tickets are $40 for members and $42 for non-members.
To reserve your seat, click here.
Norths Leagues Club is located at 1347 Anzac Ave, Kallangur.
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