” After a while I figured out that whenever a dancer put on her platform heels, that was the signal that she was about to exit the dressing room to either work the crowd or dance on stage.(They do not wear those god-awful shoes when they’re not performing.) If she was heading for the stage, I could switch over to the and watch her strip out of the outfit I’d just watched her put on.Sometimes a dancer would come in looking hard, looking tough.But after an hour in front of the mirror doing her hair and her eyes and her lips and then her hair some more, plus some incomprehensible beauty routines that no man would ever understand, she would stand up looking like Uma Thurman. This was another major operation that was likely to be fascinating to the average guy.I watched a dancer spend five minutes adjusting her panties while looking at herself in the mirror, pulling the panties up to show more cheek, trying to decide what level they should ride on her hips, asking other dancers’ opinions on the matter.
What I found most amazing about the dressing room cams was that the dancers seemed to be oblivious to them.There were periods of watching the dressing room cams that were like watching paint dry.But I was afraid to click off the dressing room cam to watch the stage show, because I might miss seeing the new girl undress.Here are a few screen captures that show the basic quality.Because these are screen captures, the dancers in motion appear a bit blurrier than when watching them in action, but you can see the resolution and focus on the stationary stage and poles, etc.What I noticed was that every time a new dancer entered the room in her street clothes, I started anticipating her undressing.