The Burlesque TOP 50 2012: No. 6

The Burlesque TOP 50 2012 No. 6: Indigo Blue

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6. Indigo Blue

(Reigning Queen of Burlesque 2011)

Miss Indigo Blue.  ©Kaylin Idora. Not to be used without permission.
Miss Indigo Blue. ©Kaylin Idora. Not to be used without permission.

When I try to list Indigo’s achievements and the full extent of her contribution, I hardly know where to start. She has worked tirelessly for the benefit of the burlesque community and her students for years, and BurlyCon – one of her greatest gifts – gets bigger and better every year.

Her year as Queen could not have ended on a bigger, more spectacular high. I can’t wait for the footage of her farewell performance – make that religious experience – to become available; I will add it as soon as it does. She chose to share the stage at that special moment with a number of her peers, and I feel certain that it will be remembered as one of BHoF’s all time epic moments.

Other 2012 appearances included Tease-O-Rama, the Helsinki Burlesque Festival, the Vancouver Burlesque Festival and the Texas Burlesque Festival. She also celebrated ten years as a member of the fabulous Atomic Bombshells, and performed in two amazing Seattle productions: Through the Looking Glass: The Burlesque Alice in Wonderland and Land of the Sweets: The Burlesque Nutcracker.

(You can read an in-depth interview with Indigo in the 21st Century Burlesque Print Edition. Click here to preview and order.)

2012 Footage

An interview at the Vancouver Burlesque Festival, which includes performance footage…

A performance at Tease-O-Rama 2012…

The Queen’s Final Edict. Indigo bids her subjects farewell…

Miss Indigo Blue presents The Queen’s (non) Edict #5 (aka: the hottest and funniest thing you could hope to wake up to…)

Visit Indigo’s website…
Follow Indigo on Facebook…
Follow Indigo on Twitter…

No. 5 (Part One!) >>>

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