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BURLESQUE TOP 50 2017
21st Century Burlesque Magazine is pleased to present your Burlesque TOP 50 2017 – the 50 most influential burlesque industry figures of the past year, voted for by thousands of burlesque peers and fans worldwide.
This year, all results will appear on this page, with updates each day. 

All TOP 50 figures will be contacted as they are announced and asked to reveal their personal highlight of 2017.

 

Sublime Boudoir - New Orleans July 2018

With thanks to our lead sponsor, Sublime Boudoir, who have another spectacular event coming up in New Orleans in July 2018.

Since its inception in April 2011, Sublime Boudoir: Seduction of Senses has brought audiences elegant burlesque, cabaret, and circus performances in fantastical settings, while entertaining the senses with unconventional visuals and signature cuisines.

Founded with the intention of highlighting well-known performers as well as up-and-coming artists, Sublime Boudoir provides a collaborative creative environment for industry professionals.

The company seeks to redefine and challenge traditional ideals of the industry by combining burlesque with complementary artistic mediums. Painstaking research and attention to detail provide audiences with an immersive and multidimensional experience, Seduction of Senses.

Constructing annual events on a global level, the creative team represents a vast range of cultural histories and perspectives, from Europe to Indonesia to North America. They have travelled the world in search of inspiration and the most exciting new performance artists. Complemented by breath-taking floral design, music, and cuisine, every production epitomizes luxurious elegance, underlined by cabaret’s signature playful humor.

 
 
 

 

THE BURLESQUE TOP 50 2017

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Musette the Mistress of Mischief, awarded Best Debut at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Musette the Mistress of Mischief, awarded Best Debut at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers

Musette The Mistress of Mischief

2017 Highlight: “I can now die happily after having the chance to create art on stage and off for the 2017 Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekender’s Tournament of Tease and their poster art. I am a very lucky gal! Also great to be bedazzled by Theater Bizarre the greatest masquerade in the world, (everyone needs to see it!) and to check off my bucket list Trapeze in SF when i visited my burly-sister Redbone for the first time!”

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Violet Chachki in The Art of the Teese tour. ©Frank Rodrick
Violet Chachki in Dita Von Teese's The Art of the Teese tour. ©Frank Rodrick

Violet Chachki

2017 Highlight: “I would say my highlight of 2017 has been performing for more burlesque audiences in general! Working with long time inspiration Dita Von Teese in the Art of the Teese as well as headlining the Vienna Boylesque Festival and the Minneapolis Burlesque Festival!”

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Kitty Bang Bang in the Miss Viva Las Vegas burlesque competition 2017. © Tim Hunter.
Kitty Bang Bang in the Miss Viva Las Vegas burlesque competition 2017. © Tim Hunter.

Kitty Bang Bang

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Havana Hurricane will perform at the Hebden Bridge Burlesque Festival 2014. ©My Boudoir Photography
Havana Hurricane, by My Boudoir Photography

Havana Hurricane

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Miss Polly Rae ©William Baker
Miss Polly Rae, by William Baker

Miss Polly Rae

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Angie Pontani, star of the Burlesque Showcase at the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend. Photo by Steve Prue.
Angie Pontani, star of the Burlesque Showcase at the Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend 2017. by Steve Prue.

Angie Pontani

2017 Highlight: “It’s been a whirlwind year, but one would be headlining Viva Las Vegas for the big 20th year anniversary, and of course celebrating 15 years of the New York Burlesque Festival and ten years of my sell-out show, Burlesque-A-Pades!”

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Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender 2018

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Lou Lou la Duchesse de Rière competing for Best Debut at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Lou Lou la Duchesse de Rière competing for Best Debut at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers

Lou Lou la Duchesse de Riere

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Frankie Fictitious in the Miss Viva Las Vegas burlesque competition 2017. © Tim Hunter.
Frankie Fictitious is crowned Miss Viva Las Vegas 2017, by Tim Hunter.

Frankie Fictitious

2017 Highlight: Frankie is the reigning Miss Viva Las Vegas 2017 and one half of Burlesque Hall of Fame Best Small Group 2017, Frankie Fictitious & her Tattooed Man.

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Catherine D'Lish in a gown from her own line, Boudoir By D'Lish. Image Catherine D'Lish
Catherine D'Lish in a gown from her own line, Boudoir By D'Lish. Image Catherine D'Lish

Catherine D’Lish

2017 Highlight: “My all-time burlesque highlight (including 2017) is the time I’ve spent working with the Dita tours, I love our ‘strip family’! This group of performers and pros is such a pleasure to be a part of, and I love seeing the show/tours continue to evolve. We also had a great time in ’17 cooking up some surprises for 2018! ”

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Bettsie Bon Bon, by Neil Kendall
Bettsie Bon Bon, by Neil Kendall

Bettsie Bon Bon

2017 Highlight: “I loved doing both the Swedish Burlesque Festival and the Berlin Burlesque Festival.  I’m also so honoured in my continued journey with long running shows at Cafe de Paris and with House of Burlesque.”

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Jett Adore in The Art of the Teese tour. ©Frank Rodrick
Jett Adore in The Art of the Teese tour. ©Frank Rodrick

Jett Adore

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Sina King, by Cam Attree
Sina King, by Cam Attree

Sina King

2017 Highlight: “Creating art and the ‘King Size Boa’, connecting with women in my ‘Fab & Fearless: Burlesque & Mindset’ workshops, becoming an Icon of the ‘Australian Burlesque Festival’ tour and performing for the world to see!”

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Fancy Feather

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Alyssa Kitt competing for Miss Exotic World, Reigning Queen of Burlesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Alyssa Kitt competing for Miss Exotic World, Reigning Queen of Burlesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers

Alyssa Kitt

2017 Highlight: “2017 was a big year for me with two major highlights including having the opportunity to compete for Queen of Burlesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame; and co-curating the Australian Burlesque Museum exhibition at the inaugural Congress of Undress.”

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Roxi D'Lite, by Karlo X Ramos
Roxi D'Lite, by Karlo X Ramos

Roxi D’Lite

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Betsy Rose, by Neil Kendall
Betsy Rose, by Neil Kendall

Betsy Rose

2017 Highlight: “2017 has been a truly brilliant year! Gin House Burlesque has had another fabulous year of sold out shows, and another a real highlight was Sublime Boudoir in New York which was incredible beyond all of our wildest dreams.”

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Lady Josephine competing for Miss Exotic World, Reigning Queen of Burlesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Lady Josephine competing for Miss Exotic World, Reigning Queen of Burlesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers

Lady Josephine

2017 Highlight: “Playing the role of Lili St Cyr in the 7 Fingers’ production, Vice & Vertu. It was an immersive experience hailed by critics as a “tour de force” and it threw me into the world of BIG shows where we need to see more burlesque!”

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Indigo Blue in the 60th annual Titans of Tease Burlesque Reunion Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Indigo Blue in the 60th annual Titans of Tease Burlesque Reunion Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers

Miss Indigo Blue

2017 Highlight: “I had a really fun year performing, especially for the first time in Alaska with Mod Carousel, and at CREAM with Milk, and in Brazil for YES! Nos Temos Burlesco.   But the highlight of my year was celebrating Burlycon’s 10th Anniversary and having the opportunity to bring back two of our first Legends, Dee Milo and Toni Elling.”

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Vicky Butterfly at the Toronto Burlesque Festival 2015, by Chris Hutcheson.
Vicky Butterfly at the Toronto Burlesque Festival, by Chris Hutcheson.

Vicky Butterfly

2017 Highlight: “15 years in, I feel incredibly fortunate to still be asked to do new and exciting things, so maybe It’s something a bit closer to home… the opportunity to start working as half of a magic duo with my partner. This job is still full of surprises!”

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Lolo Brow, by Anthony Lycett
Lolo Brow, by Anthony Lycett

Lolo Brow

2017 Highlight: “My highlight of 2017 was watching the heavy stream of boss women through The LADS show, working with my friends and kicking ass.”

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Hazel Honeysuckle, by Neil Kendall
Hazel Honeysuckle, by Neil Kendall

Hazel Honeysuckle

2017 Highlight: In 2017 Hazel went on a 6-country European tour, headlined at the Oklahoma City and Ohio Burlesque Festivals, and performed in a 10-week run of Absinthe in Los Angeles.

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Rubyyy Jones, by Eivind Hansen Photography
Rubyyy Jones, by Eivind Hansen Photography

Rubyyy Jones

2017 Highlight: “My 2017 highlight was, of course, representing the UK and big fat fabulous queers in best debut at the Burlesque Hall of Fame! And in the last moment of my act I was looking out at the audience, who you can barely see, and Dirty Martini was on her feet, cheering. My heart swelled!”

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Bella Blue, by Marc Pagani
Bella Blue, by Marc Pagani

Bella Blue

2017 Highlight: “My burlesque highlight of 2017 was having the honour of producing the Icons and All Stars showcase at BHOF with my partner, AJay Strong!”

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Lilly Snatchdragon, by Ayesha H
Lilly Snatchdragon, by Ayesha H

Lilly Snatchdragon

2017 Highlight: “Being part of the cast of Between the Sheets during the summer at at the Underbelly Festival with Polly Rae, Kitty Bang Bang and Beau Rocks (to name just some of the cast) as performer and not as a stage manager really meant so much to me. I’m so grateful to work with some of the best of the industry.”

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Bazuka Joe performing in the Thursday Night Mover, Shakers and Innovators showcase. ©OrangeRoads Photography
Bazuka Joe, by OrangeRoads Photography

Bazuka Joe

2017 Highlights: “Performing our group act ‘Habanera’ at BHoF.  Beyond the honour of being on that stage again, it was an amazing opportunity to show art that I created with some of my best friends, Ray Gunn, Lola Van Ella, Midnite Martini, Gaea Lady, Honey Cakes, and Dahlia Fatale.  That’s an experience I’ll never forget!”

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Tigger! ©Roxi D'Lite (The DIXEY Guide to Boylesque Brilliance (Edinburgh Fringe 2014))
Tigger!, by Roxi D'Lite

Tigger!

2017 Highlight: “…the SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE! Headlining the Brazil Burlesque Festival w/Indigo Blue for Yes, Nós Temos Burlesco!; bringing Taylor Mac’s Obie-winning “A 24-Decade History of Popular Music” to Melbourne; and headlining the Santiago Burlesque Festival in Chile.

It’s profoundly inspiring to see artist-activists around the globe, creating their own visions of a better world and bringing their dreams to life. Cheers to my Sister Resisters everywhere!”
 

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Michelle L'amour
Michelle L'amour, by Richard Marz

Michelle L’Amour

2017 Highlight: “Spending a month in Europe was definitely a highlight of 2017. I did the Helsinki Burlesque Festival and then traveled for work AND fun throughout Europe. What a treat!”

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Matt Finish in the Icons and All Stars Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Matt Finish in the Icons and All Stars Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers.

Matt Finish

2017 Highlight: “2017 was amazing! I was able to work with so many phenomenal performers, producers, and staff. The AZ BurlyPicks, the Arizona Burlesque Festival, Don’t Blink Burlesque, The Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekender, and the birth of (Un)Helpful Burlesque Tips continue to show me that there is no end to the amount of creativity and energy that striptease brings out in all of us!”

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Jo Weldon, by Tuomas Lairila
Jo Weldon, by Tuomas Lairila

Jo Weldon

2017 Highlight: “It has been a rollercoaster of a year! I had such an incredible time at the Vienna Boylesque Festival. Doing Godzilla acapella after my music cut out at the Nerdlesque Festival was hilarious. And I was overjoyed to have Dee Milo and Toni Elling at the Tenth Anniversary of BurlyCon, and deeply honored to win The Dixie Evans Award at The New York Burlesque Festival!”

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Sweetpea, who was awarded Miss Exotic World 1st Runner Up, at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Sweetpea, who was awarded Miss Exotic World 1st Runner Up, at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers.

Sweetpea

2017 Highlight: “​Producing the Legends Showcase at BHoF is always at the top of my list, but I’d also add getting to travel to perform more tha​n I ever have in my career, and falling in ever deeper love with this art, our community, the cities and all their audiences along the way. ​2017 was my best year yet.  Bring on 2018!”

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Lola Van Ella, by Kaylin Idora
Lola Van Ella, by Kaylin Idora

Lola Van Ella

2017 Highlight: In addition to producing the Show Me Burlesque Festival, Shimmy Showdown, and numerous other large events in St. Louis, Lola also toured her original, immersive show, The Van Ella Bordella across the US, and co-produced a successful European tour of Kaleidoscope in the fall.

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Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekender 2018

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Judith Stein in the 60th annual Titans of Tease Burlesque Reunion Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Judith Stein in the 60th annual Titans of Tease Burlesque Reunion Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers.

Judith Stein

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Sassy Von Straddler, by Fubarfoto
Sassy Von Straddler, by Fubarfoto

Sassy Von Straddler

2017 Highlight: “2017 was an incredible year filled with loud activism and plenty of sparkles. My highlight was performing in New Year’s Noire: a weekend of shows that partnered Perle Noire, Poison Ivory, and Pearls Daily with the amazing burlesque talents of the Minneapolis scene!”

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Egypt Blaque Knyle competing for Best Debut at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Egypt Blaque Knyle competing for Best Debut at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers.

Egypt Blaque Knyle

2017 Highlight: “2017 was a very humbling and exciting year for me. Not only did I perform in and compete in Switzerland at the Swiss Burlesque Festival but I won the Dita Von Teese Choice Award and 1st runner up at Viva Las Vegas 2017.”

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Ray Gunn in the Icons and All Stars Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Ray Gunn in the Icons and All Stars Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers.

Ray Gunn

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Ophelia Flame in the Icons and All Stars Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Ophelia Flame in the Icons and All Stars Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers.

Ophelia Flame

2017 Highlight:2017 has been one of the most profoundly rewarding and soul fulfilling years of my life. This came from a personal transformation that offered the ability to return to my deepest love, performing and teaching! I was deeply honoured to receive this year’s Sassy Lassy Award at The Burlesque Hall of Fame. I also spent quality time with family, deepened my commitment to teaching, tried new things and surrounded myself with as many hilarious, talented, ridiculous, beautiful and joyful nut jobs that I know. Such an honour to be a part of the top 50!”

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Sydni Deveraux, who was awarded Miss Exotic World 2nd Runner Up, at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Sydni Deveraux, who was awarded Miss Exotic World 2nd Runner Up, at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers.

Sydni Deveraux

2017 Highlight: “Winning 2nd runner up at BHOF. Our company, Wasabassco is in its 14th year of producing and I remain thrilled to produce my big burlesque show House of Deveraux monthly!”

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Fancy Feather

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Lola Frost by David Denofreo of Black Opal Images
Lola Frost by David Denofreo of Black Opal Images

Lola Frost

2017 Highlight: “My highlight of 2017 is not a singular event but rather the realization and gratitude for all the work I was given, the travel I was able to do, and the people I was able to connect with through burlesque, exotic dance and teaching. This year saw me teach my first successful full weekend intensive, be a featured presenter at BurlyCon, and give workshops and perform in five different countries. I wish you all success in your goals in 2018 and can’t wait to unfold some of mine to fruition.”

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Virago Nation at the Movers, Shakers and Innovators showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Virago Nation at the Movers, Shakers and Innovators showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers.

Virago Nation

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Mr Gorgeous in the Icons and All Stars Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
Mr Gorgeous in the Icons and All Stars Showcase at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers.

Mr Gorgeous

2017 Highlight: “I had the chance to host Cream (produced by Kitten N Lou), and enjoyed covering fabulous people in Spandex (when they are not being fabulously naked!).”

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Raquel Reed, by Steward Noack
Raquel Reed, by Steward Noack

Raquel Reed

2017 Highlight: “My biggest burlesque highlight for 2017 was winning New Orleans Burlesque Festival’s ‘Queen of Burlesque’. It seemed like such an unreachable goal especially since the line up was stacked with some of the most talented and beautiful performers from all over the world.  To win that title among such talented colleagues and stiff competition means the world to me!”

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RedBone competing for Miss Exotic World, Reigning Queen of Burlesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers, exclusively for 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
RedBone competing for Miss Exotic World, Reigning Queen of Burlesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2017. Image by Honey Beavers.

RedBone

2017 Highlight: “Besides competing for Miss Exotic World at The Burlesque Hall of Fame, I was a featured/headlining performer at over 10 festivals and showcases throughout the US and Canada, launched Nudie Nubies SF, and made a big splash with Glam Jam this past year.”

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Zelia Rose in The Art of the Teese tour. ©Frank Rodrick
Zelia Rose in The Art of the Teese tour, byFrank Rodrick

Zelia Rose

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Ginger Valentine in The Art of the Teese tour. ©Frank Rodrick
Ginger Valentine in The Art of the Teese tour, by Frank Rodrick

Ginger Valentine

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Poison Ivory competes for Miss Exotic World, Reigning Queen of Burlesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2016. Copyright: John-Paul Bichard
Poison Ivory, by John-Paul Bichard

Poison Ivory

2017 Highlight: “I’m grateful to have had many amazing moments last year, but my top 2017 highlights were teaching at Burlycon for the first time, winning best large group at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekender and launching a POC mentoring program.”

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Perle Noire. ©Kaylin Idora Not to be used without permission.
Perle Noire, by Kaylin Idora

Perle Noire

2017 Highlight: “Winning best large group at BHOF with The House of Noire gems. I also produced and choreographed a theatrical dance show called 7 Deadly Sins in NY, which starred the House of Noire gems. I am also proud to say that my Healing through Seduction workshops and mentorship programs made my 2017 spectacular!”

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Dita Von Teese in The Art of the Teese tour. ©Frank Rodrick
Dita Von Teese in The Art of the Teese tour, by Frank Rodrick

Dita Von Teese

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Dirty Martini in The Art of the Teese tour. ©Frank Rodrick
Dirty Martini in The Art of the Teese tour, by Frank Rodrick

Dirty Martini

2017 Highlight: “Well, I can’t lie, 2017 has been a total shit show on all levels. As we fight to keep making art in a political form, the world feels too serious and the stakes too high. My highlight has been the wonderful people I have met after shows and online. I have had the privilege of performing in Dita Von Teese’s fabulous roadshow, and small political theatre in NYC.  In 2017 I read my writing aloud, acted, sang and danced. I sewed and cooked and loved and drank – a lot. I wish all of you reading this hope, love and the fulfillment of all of your crazy dreams. If we can do that under the current circumstances, we can do ANYthing, but let’s all do it together.”

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Jeez Loueez at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2016, by Heather Schofner
Jeez Loueez, by Heather Schofner

Jeez Loueez

2017 Highlight: “2017 has been a year of growth and adversity. I produced my first (of many to come) one woman show, The Jeez Loueez Variety Hour. The accomplishment I’m most proud of is being featured on the Netflix Original Series Easy with Jeezy’s Juke Joint, and my most cherished memory is my first European tour and headlining events in the UK, Italy, and Germany.”

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Kitten 'N' Lou at the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend 2016. C. Bob Debris
Kitten 'N' Lou, by Bob Debris

Kitten ‘N’ Lou

2017 Highlight: “2017 was a momentous one personally and professionally, despite living in a near constant state of frustration and anxiety over the state of our country. We opened our new show Holier Than Thou in Australia, headlined some truly INCREDIBLE festivals all over the world meeting and working with so many gorgeous talents, and a certain Drag King with a certain glitter mustache was crowned the first non cis-male King of Boylesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame, heeeeeyyyyy! So much love.”

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Medianoche, Miss Exotic World, Reigning Queen of Burlesque 2017, by Neil Kendall
Medianoche, Miss Exotic World, Reigning Queen of Burlesque 2017, by Neil Kendall

Medianoche

2017 Highlight: “My highlight of 2017 was being crowned Miss Exotic World / Reigning Queen of Burlesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame in Las Vegas. To have been recognized for my art and been given a voice with which to lift my peers has made this year a breathtaking journey!”

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Non-Performer and National Charts

 

TOP 10: Non-Performing Figures

1 Neil Kendall (Photographer/Producer)

2 David Bishop (Stage Manager)

3 Christina Manuge (Costumier)

4 Holli Mae Johnson (Journalist/Business Coach)

5 AJay Strong (Producer)

6 Angel Leggas (Photographer)

7 Jen Gapay (Producer)

8 Tigz Rice (Photographer)

9 John Paul Bichard (Photographer/Producer)

10 Front Row Paul (Superfan/Producer)

 

 

 

UK/UK Based Chart

1 Lilly Snatchdragon (TOP 50: 28)

2 Rubyyy Jones (TOP 50: 30)

3 Lolo Brow (TOP 50: 32)

4 Vicky Butterfly (TOP 50: 33)

5 Betsy Rose (TOP 50: 36)

6 Bettsie Bon Bon (TOP 50: 41)

7 Polly Rae (TOP 50: 46)

8 Havana Hurricane (TOP 50: 47)

9 Kitty Bang Bang (TOP 50: 48)

10 Velma Von Bon Bon

11 Eliza DeLite

12 Reuben Kaye

13 Beau Rocks

14 Tom Harlow

15 Missy Malone

16 Millie Dollar

17 Missy Fatale

18 Lady Wildflower

19 Cece Sinclair

20 Felicity Furore

 
 
 

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  1. A suggestions, page anchors so we can get to the non performer/national charts! I like that everything’s on one page but that’s a lot of scrolling 🙂

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