This is no old-timey burlesque. Instead, an edgy modern-rock attitude permeates this dance-intensive topless revue. A comedian doing a 10-minute set is the only spoken contact with the audience. It's much closer to a strip-club vibe than the more theatrical Fantasy at Luxor, which should serve as a recommendation to some and a warning to others. But even the more intense gyrations are leavened with a winking humor.