Showcases are fun, burlesque showcases are even better. “Burlesque To Broadway” starring Quinn Lemley, looks to be a fun Vaudeville throwback to classy, sassy burlesque. 

 The choreography by David Eggers and Merete Muenter is flirty and smart. The glitzy costumes by Wendall Goings are fantastic. Quinn Lemley sparkles in front of a full live band playing hits from Vaudeville to modern musicals.

I wouldn’t go see the show for the plot lines or dialogue (there are a few choice ‘punn-y’ jokes sprinkled throughout in true Vaudeville style) but the dances are fun and the costumes and music are lively and entertaining. From the small taste I got at the Florence Gould Hall’s showcase on January 11th, a decision to see the entertaining mavens strut around in glittery get-ups may be well worth a trip in February. The show’s Off-Broadway premiere at the Gramercy Theatre runs four night from February 5 to 8.

Tickets are tantalizingly priced from $30 to $49, and VIP packages stacked with goodies for either $69 or $159.50. For tickets visit www.ticketmaster.com or www.burlesquetobroadway.com