Fringe Fest might be best known for off-the-wall comedy and quirky theater, but without music you’d be missing out on the festival’s ivory tickling, bojanglin’ third arm.
Ross Travis and Nathaniel Justiniano are completely transformed inside hideous bodysuits complete with a swinging phallus and blacked-out teeth.
What is the first thing you notice about Gerard Harris?
“Hey remember that lesbian girl in glasses, she was alright.”
“Gratuitousness is boring, Burlesque has content.”
Storytelling brings people together since the Sumerian empire, it’s a tradition that predates written language.
No corseted queens. No fishnet Betties. Welcome to Montréal’s burlesque underground
Rarely in our 9-to-5 lives do we indulge in the thrilling confessions of our Saturday morning walk-of-shames.
Moe Clark “sees the world with her ears.”, transcending mediums of poetry and activism
The Bad Ladies and the Detective is a defiant return to classical burlesque – in all its glittery glory.