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Photos: Lucent Dossier Takes The Do LaB's Events to the Next Level
Lucent Dossier is the spectacular LA-based vaudeville circus that highlighted The Do LaB's awesome Lucent L'Amour Valentine's Day party last month. You may have even seen them performing at the official Grammy Awards party (no, that wasn't Cirque du Soleil, it was Lucent Dossier).
Stretch your legs and enjoy the photos below of Lucent Dossier members getting their vaudeville cirque on at the Lucent L'Amour bash.
Want more? Make your plans now for Lighting in a Bottle, a Memorial Day Weekend "magical forest adventure" near Santa Barbara. Lucent Dossier will be there among other performers (like Cirque Berzerk), DJs, art, and you-name-it craziness, all in the pristine Santa Ynez hinterland. The first two tiers of tickets are already sold out, so get 'em while you can.
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