4. September 2012 05:10
Good evening my lovelies!
It's September and I'm writing this in a coffee shop after returning from the 70th annual World Science Fiction Convention in Chicago for ChiCon 7. I had a fantastic time and introduced a whole lot of people to the glories of nerdy burlesque or, as we like to call it, nerdlesque. Being home after a long trip alwaays feels so good. Especially after rolling in the rhinestones and glitter. (I'm not sure the cats ever appreciate that.)
But let me give you a glimpse of my upcoming shows of Lust.Love.Lifetime, Debauchery, and NERDZ! More...
14. August 2011 17:35
Oh my goddess! Last night was was School House Strip at the Rendezvous and the show was very good! If you missed the show you missed something wonderful.
Shows like last night are especially rewarding and it reaffirms to me why I love producing burlesque shows.
What do I love about producing burlesq? Many things!
I love the laughter from the audience when they see something. I love it when an audience member hoots and hollers because he or she sees something they like. I love the smiles on people's faces as they exit the theater. I love giving new performers a chance to spread their wings. I love it when those new wings take flight. I love it when seasoned pros show me and the audience what they've got. And love it when everything comes together and we've made magic.
Last night was magic and I am in awe of each my performers and my crew. You were all so very wonderful last night. Thank you for working your collective tushes off and making it amazing.
School House Strip wouldn't have been magical without the help of Beatrice Belladonna, Bolt Action, Boom Boom L'Roux, Coquette LaRouge, Sir Eddie Van Glam, Eva Harlowe, Ginger Julep, Katana Bellydance, Katie Lebear, Lila Dread, Lily Cohen-Moore, Lillith von Fraumench, Sailor St. Claire, Scarlett O'Hairdye, Solange Corbeau, Sue Mohn, and Tipsy Conqubine.
Thank you ladies and gentlemen for the love, the laughs, and how effortlessly you made being awesome look.
30. May 2011 00:03
I wanted to thank everyone who came out to see me perform last night at Floozies & Fairytales. I also wanted to apologize for not actually performing especially when I wanted to do my new piece, The Big Bad Wolf to Abney Park's Victorian Vigilante. Late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning I did something most heinous to my back and walking, let alone standing, was difficult at best. Things only marginally improved on Friday but not enough for me risk injuring myself further. When the body speaks about such limits, I listen to it. Fortunately, I was still able to help out and be Ms. Vixen Valentine's stage manager for the evening.
I thank you for your understanding and I will look for an appropriate show to take the Big Bad Wolf to since he's so hot in a feral kind of way.
On the bright side, my back was much better though I'm not all the way there yet and belly dance classes are out of the picture for now. Ah dance therapy, I will need you soon!