21 Questions with Ruby Monroe - 21st Century Burlesque Magazine
21 Questions with Ruby Monroe

Spanish siren Ruby Monroe has certainly made her enigmatic presence felt on the international burlesque…

21 Questions with Dinah Might
21 Questions with Dinah Might

Dinah Might began her career in the early 90s as a Feature Entertainer in gentlemen’s…

21 Questions with Clea de Velours

Classically trained at the Conservatoire de Versailles for 10 years, Clea de Velours started performing…

Maxi Millions by Bettina May Studios
21 Questions with Maxi Millions

Since 2013, award winning performer and instructor Maxi Millions has brought her fierce brand of…

Ginevra Joyce by Giuseppe Cardillo
21 Questions with Ginevra Joyce

One of the precious few Italians to make the Burlesque TOP 50, Ginevra Joyce creates…

Cadbury Parfait by Caribe Lunar
21 Questions with Cadbury Parfait

Cadbury Parfait is an award-winning performer serving classic burlesque with a generous side order of…

Tara Boom by KEP Photo
Popping Out: The Undefeetable Tara Boom

Tara Boom, a renowned performer from Sandy Point, Melbourne, is known for her unconventional circus acts, including hula hooping with a popcorn machine on her head and performing hand puppet abortions. Her acts are charged with physical comedy, and she leverages them to challenge societal norms with a subversive and anarchic spin from her Australian circus and cabaret background. Despite struggles with depression and global pandemic-related challenges, Tara uses her performances to connect deeply with audiences, address taboos, and express her authentic self.

Spookey performing in Le Scandal at The Laurie Beechman Theater (42nd St NYC). Photo by Helane Blumfield
21 Questions with Spookey

Spookey, ‘The Tiny Titan of Burlesque’, began his career in 2011 with traveling burlesque shows…

Anna Balfe-Taylor by Desiree Nicole Photography
Private Dancer: Finding Roxy Tornado

Today, lithe and vivacious dancers across the globe watch and wait for the legendary Parisian institution Crazy Horse Paris to announce auditions on Instagram. Before social media existed, Anna O’Keefe, a plucky teenager from New Zealand, walked in and asked for one. She would go on to become Roxy Tornado, arguably the most iconic, documented dancer in its 72 year history.

Jolie Papillon by Veronika Marx.a
Strict Machine: Burlesque powerhouse Jolie Papillon on discipline, dysmorphia and doing the work

How do you interview one of the most prolific burlesque performers, producers and bookers in…

Joy Rider, by Marisa Parisella
21 Questions with Joy Rider – Burlesque Hall Best Debut 2022

Joy Rider is an award winning burlesque performer who just won Best Debut at the…