The adventures of the most famous in the world of a team of strippersPictolic
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The Creator of the world famous troupe of male strippers Dreamboys told about 25 years spent in this industry, in his book, laying out even the most naughty stories about the antics of the dancers backstage.
64-year-old Barry Bacco from London has been at the helm male strippers at the turn of 1980-90-ies and enthusiastically watched as his "bad boys" have won top prizes at competitions around the world, stopping only occasionally for performances.
Source: Daily Mail
He founded the Dreamboys (now a separate company) once saw the famous jeans is Levi's in 1985, where Nick Kamen undressing in a launderette.
Becca worked as a hair stylist, and then publisher of the magazine. Moment of insight gave him to understand that barely dressed men can be sex symbols and advertising products. This revelation inspired him to create a male modeling Agency.
"Many people thought I was crazy," says the author of the memoirs. But after he threw a party in honor of the launch of the Agency at the London Hippodrome in the presence of two thousand women, he realized that he had hit upon a niche market.
"The guys came out on stage wearing only a Thong, recalls Barry. The girls began to shout: “Shoot them!” — then it spread like wildfire, and it dawned on me. I thought: what if we force women to return again and again, just teasing them? I was not a model Agency, I had the whole show".
Barry soon moved to his new show — Striptease with 14 men in the club on Wardour street in London, and on the first night of excited women lined up in a huge queue that stretched around the block. "There was Packed, it was a very small club, says Barry. — After some time the crew from all over Europe began arriving in our little club in SOHO to see the phenomenon, which we created girls standing in line to see these dazzling beauties".
"Before that you could only see the girls lying on the hood of a car at shows, and now has been the opposite: girls looking for guys to please the eye."
For three years of performances at the club on Wardour street guys in action came to see it all, from actress Barbara Windsor to group Bananarama. Strippers were invited to a talk show on TV. "The show became more and more significant," says Barry. He did not notice that already traveled with the troupe across Russia, Germany, Greece and Malta.
One of the most savory memories of that time is due to "jumping on cars", a game that strippers invented to amuse themselves during traffic jams on the autobahn in Germany. "Movement has completely stopped. Guys I was bored so they got off the bus and said he'd walk," says Barry. Instead, they decided to see how many women will be able to "happy" right in their cars. "From afar I saw these cars rocked up and down. They draped the window with her t-shirts that no one was watching. When the guys returned to the bus, the winner was the one who collected the most panties. One guy had three pairs".
"Dreamboys fucked and fucked, and then another and another, first across Britain and then fucked her way through Europe, sometimes stopping for their show. Girls threw themselves at guys who threw them like a used Kleenex, knowing that there will always be the next city where they will be able to invite interested persons to a private party after the show in hotel rooms, and allowed them to try something teased from the stage," says the founder of the troupe.
One of the most famous participants of the Dreamboys were Jason Steele, who in his free Striptease time worked as a personal trainer of Princess Diana. "He was a great guy, very pleasant, says Barry. — He was a personal trainer and worked at fitness club in Earls Court, but only after the death of Princess Diana it became known that he was her coach. I don't think she had an idea what he's doing".
Barry met with Diana along with the Dreamboys in 1991 at the ball in honor of her birthday, though, so Jason hid in the bushes. "We met her in Whitehall Palace. Guys dressed up as gods, and they were presented to Princess Diana. She said, “You're not very dressed up today!” One of the guys said, "You need to see us during the show" and she just laughed".
In subsequent years, the strippers talked with different celebrities, from cliff Richard to the Spice Girls, and even starred in their film. "Jerry wanted us to be in the film, even though I was just their Manager. For me it was very exciting, it was my finest hour. I have always believed that the Dreamboys is a great magnet, women adored them, and they certainly did a the show more spicy. Guys are invited to spice up this show, but it was very decent. We never had full frontal nudity. The whole point was that you could not see, not in what is done," says Barry.
The way Barry and Dreamboys sold in 2011, and he began work on creating their own show called Dream Idols. "I did it for 25 years. It was very fun, but very tiring. We always met wonderful people. Club on Wardour street, where we started, was very small in the locker room had a broken mirror and stank of sewage. Of course, it was a hole, but the atmosphere was incredible."
Barry Bacco (right) with one of the strippers Dreamboys.
Publications about the company in the press. Right — the article in English-language Russian newspaper the Moscow Times about the performance of the Dreamboys.
Dreamboys in Saint-Petersburg.