“Sydni Deveraux is 6 foot 1 in stocking feet, a full-hipped, “Golden Glamazon”-every inch of her exuding sexy.
On a recent Saturday night, voluptuously cinched into a stunning white bustier and moving with a kind of amazing grace the composer of that hymn surely did not envision, Deveraux plays both kitten and minx.She struts across the stage with the sway of Toontown’s Jessica Rabbit, bumping her hips, removing white satin gloves one at a titillating-and-oh-so-deliberate time, and snapping open each of four garter belt clasps with a flurry and a seductive smile. With each move, the audience melts further, like butter in her hand, whooping and cheering her on.
She could stop right there. The audience would be satisfied with the mere peeling of her famous behind. But, Deveraux is a master of her art. She has hooked her audience into a sensuous game of cat and mouse, using her strategic placement of lush feathery fans and the fludity of her sultry moves to taunt her prey.Eventually, Deveraux stands at the top of the stage at the Burlesque Behind the Pink Door show in nothing but nipple-shielding pasties and a thong. Yet, it is clear that this final flash is not the climax of her five-minute set. It is simply the end of it. The climax of burlesque, after all, is the quality of the toying before the big “reveal”.
Seattle Woman Magazine
Sydni’s interview with Curveinspire
- November, 2011
The Examiner: Sydni Deveraux Tells Us What it Takes
- December 2010
Nolavie: Life and Culture in New Orleans
- Las Vegas Sun