Burlesque returns to downtown Hillsboro for a sizzling summer show unlike any you’ve ever seen with a June 29th installment of “Cabaret Variété”! Emceed by the Mercurial Mistress B. B. Sanchez, this decadent celebration hosted by Bag&Baggage and produced by Narcissa Productions is designed to tease, delight, and astound.
“We are so excited to have Narcissa Productions back at The Vault,” says Bag&Baggage Event Manager TS McCormick. “Elise and her team always put together a fantastic show, and this June, they’re bringing some of the area’s most dynamic performers to our stage.”
The excitement kicks off at Hillsboro’s Vault Theatre at 7:30pm on Saturday, June 29th, and features performances by:
- Isaiah Esquire and Johnny Nuriel, Portland’s Glamazon Burlesque Power Duo. Isaiah and Johnny’s explosive energy has wowed audiences nationwide, on tour and onscreen. Audiences may recognize them from America’s Got Talent, where they appeared with their group Caravan of Glam, or from the movie “Burlesque: Heart of the Glitter Tribe”.
- Lola Coquette, The Sweetheart of the SouthWest. Known for her cheeky and coquettish take on burlesque, Lola captivates audiences with her playful and comedic flare, and Latin flavor.
- Sandria Dore, The Rose City Showgirl. Sandria is an internationally-acclaimed burlesque dancer, spinning pole acrobat, model, tattooed pinup, and showgirl.
- Karlie du Soleil, The Weapon-Wielding Ballerina. Karlie is a member of the Feral Dance Crew, the Northwest’s superior nightlife entertainers, who aim to promote artists and celebration through dance and aestheticism
- Eric Stern, Ringleader of Vagabond Opera. Eric is a European-trained opera singer and composer who created “not your granny’s opera” with Vagabond Opera, instead bringing audiences a visceral and highly-theatrical musical and performance experience.
“Cabaret Variété” promises the area’s most exciting and soul-stirring dance, burlesque, and performance acts around. This often scintillating, always surprising event is for audiences 21 and over. Tickets are $21, and may be purchased online at bagnbaggage.org or by calling the Bag&Baggage Box Office at 503-345-9590.