By Renée Camus

Renée Camus is a writer, dancer, and pop culture junkie living in Burbank, California with her animator husband and three beautiful cats. She has written about dance, television, and dance on television for Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles magazine, Reel Life with Jane, Moviefone, Mashable, and Playboy, among others.

  1. Should you find, whilst entertaining friends and wearing your finest frock at a public assembly or a private ball, that you are suddenly disrupted, surrounded and confronted by a wash (rabble?) of those most unbecoming, debased, and uncouth of guests, the Undead, I am in hopes that the following will help you assess what is the proper way to respond, in a manner befitting ladies and gentlemen.

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