Recently named the #1 Burlesque attraction in the USA by AOL.com!
The World Famous Pontani Sisters are a trio of choreographed cuties circling the globe on a quest to bring glamour back to entertainment! These siblings jump started their performance career early, performing for family and friends by dancing on picnic tables! With a Frank Sinatra 8-track as accompaniment, and spaghetti as their pay, the Sisters developed a love for performance! Now, years later, they tour the world as one of the pioneering forces of the new Burlesque, spreading their glamour gospel and bringing classic Burlesque sass back to the best venues on earth!
Their innovative performance repertoire boasts over 40 routines! Whether twirling gold lassos in their rhinestone cowgirl costumes, slithering on black cafe chairs in sparkling sequin Italian Princess threads or shimmying and shaking in fringe, everything the Sisters do is dipped in glamour. Their costumes and precision choreography, which is worthy of the heroic Busby Berkely.
The Sisters have garnered rave reviews in countless leading national and international publications. Their high-kicks, syncopated taps and sizzling shimmies have dazzled discerning audiences everywhere, from their beloved Coney Island to the glittering lights of Hollywood! Their stage show has been featured on television programs around the country, including repeat appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.
Be sure to visit the Past for a full list of previous performances, as well as our Press section for a glimpse into what makes the Pontani Sisters so world famous! Also, visit Angie's new site www.angiepontani.com.
"The grand dames of the burlesque movement." The Boston Phoenix
Show Business Weekly named the Pontani Sisters the "Best NY Based Dance Company" for their "precision choreography, outrageous costumes, sensational shows and serious approach to serious entertainment."
The Pontani Sisters are currently starring in NYC's hit show, This Is Burlesque! Get your tickets today at www.thisisburlesque.com.
"Cornerstones of the burlesque revolution, a must see!" The Chicago Sun.