Boysinberry Cupcake will have your mouth watering in delight. This pint-sized cutie has been performing burlesque in the Bay Area for the past four years creating solo, duet, and group acts, along with dancing in Bombshell Betty's Showgirl Chorus. After five years of performing improv comedy, she discovered the art of sparkly things. She bought a few pounds of glitter and took to the stage to take it all off. Through burlesque she blends her love of comedy with a sultry tease. Boysinberry Cupcake is sinfully delicious.
Since 2012, Kansas City's favorite Tom Cat has been charming the whiskers off of every tabby and minx that passes by. You can find Hank E. Panky prowling the back alleys and spraying audiences with his unique brand of Burlesque humor. Between singing and dancing, Hank is always happy to pick up a scrap of clothing here and there, but be ready... for every time he struts his stuff, you can hear the meows and hisses from every pussy...cat! Watch out when he takes the stage, kittens, because the fur will fly!
Jenny Jewels has been teaching fitness dance inspired classes such as Cardio Showgirl/Burlesqe, Cardio Latin, Cardio Pop, and Belly/Bollywood Fit, for over 10 years.
She is and avid salsa dancer who has taught, presented, and performed with the Cuban style salsa performance group, Salsa Vale Todo, at the San Francisco Salsa Rueda Featival for many years.
In the last two years Jenny has recently persued her longtime interest in burlesqe dancing and performing. She is part of the Bombshell Betty Showgirl Chorus group in San Francisco, has performed in the Fishnet Follies Showgirl group, and more recently is one of the newest members of the Velevettes Can-Can performance group!
Please join Jenny for a fun,flirty, and invigorating Showgirl/Burlesqe inspired fitness dance class to warm you up and start your dance filled day!
Welcome to the Sexy and Silly side of Burlesque. She loves to entertain the masses with her collection of Acts. She is a versitile performer that covers many forms of entertainment for Family friendly shows and Adult themed shows. She provides unusual professional entertainment, specializing in top caliber burlesque, circus, cabaret, and specialty act production, guaranteed to inspire and awe. Whether you require a full-scale cirque show or a one-of-a-kind solo act, Miss Brawling Beauty has got you covered with a wide aray of dynamic performances to choose from. Sit back and enjoy her show! Her list of talents are, Fire Artist/Burlesque Dancer/Singer/Tassel Master/ Clown/Extreme Circus Performer/Comedian/EMCEE And much more...
Lisa D. Kelleher/Princess Valentine is thrilled to join the Great Burlesque Exposition as a dance teacher and choreographer. She will be offering Ballet for Burlesque. She is a graduate of Smith College with a degree in Dance/Choreography and Theater, as well as a veteran of the Boston Ballet and Harvard Summer School's intensive advanced ballet program and a former studio owner. Lisa began dancing almost before she could walk- waltzing with her parents, in her playpen, and anywhere there was room- and started her ballet training at the age of five. At the age of six, she was Clara in Nutcracker, and in the ensuing years, participated in Nutcracker in various roles with the Boston Ballet. Since that first performance, she has been involved in or has seen Nutcracker every single year, and has continued her training with the Boston Ballet. She is also an accomplished, acclaimed performer and choreographer, working with local musical theaters, both on and offstage, as lead dancer and choreographer. She has studied and performed almost all forms of dance: classical ballet, musical theater/Fosse, tap, Isadora Duncan, Renaissance/Festival/Tribal, modern, jazz, fitness: zumba/barre fitness/aerobics, and various ethnic styles, to name a few. She is heavily influenced by George Balanchine, Agnes deMille, Bob Fosse, and Jerome Robbins. Lisa believes strongly in teaching the proper technique of dance, regardless of style, and adores sharing her love and joy of dance with her students. She owes her love of dance to her parents, Betty and David Kelleher, who when they had nothing, had each other and a little girl who thought she had everything because she had them, music, and dance.