Posts filed under: Professional Practice

Although that niggling voice in the back of your mind tells you that you really ought to research in order to develop your new burlesque act or general performance style,...
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There seems to be a lot of peacocking going on in burlesque at the moment. My Twitter feed is overflowing with photographs of costuming projects, new headdresses, statements about rhinestones...
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I recently received the following question from a performer based in the Midlands, UK: “How do you make the jump from middle of the bill to top of the bill?...
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The combination of the popularity of burlesque, the financial crisis and the growing popularity of variety events means that the competition for burlesque jobs is tougher than ever. Emailing event...
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