Katerina Jones, was an African-American Burlesque pioneer, set against Cleveland between the depression and World War II. Cleveland was the nations fifth largest city; and her second foremost Theatre District.
When race was very much an issue. Despised, from the moment she auditioned; she rapidly became the clubs headline attraction, in all but name. She began the change in America's perception of the feminine ideal.
Captured in an aesthetic, which could only be captured by America's foremost fetish… Show more
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