287 N Keswick Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038

215-884-2000

La Maison Rose Burlesque

Apr

12

Lelu Lenore has a reputation for raising stakes and pulses. The exquisite choreography of her grand productions earned Lenore her signature appellation “Philadelphia’s Burlesque Ballerina.” She is the producer of a monthly show at Franky Bradely’s in Philadelphia called “La Maison Rose,” along with a new class show “Stardust Burlesque” at Hotel Monaco. She just made her international debut in competing for “Queen of the Lake” in Lake Como, Italy and won “Princess of the Lake” first runner up for Queen. Lelu also won first runner up in the Pennsylvania Burlesque Festival for the Crystal Corset Award 2017. She is the “Everlastingly Luscious” Lelu Lenore!

Sophie Sucré hales from Guyana, South America and was raised in the belly of Memphis, Tennessee. After Graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA) with a BFA in Dance and Choreography (2009), Sophie has been a free-lance dance artist in Philadelphia; performing with artists such as Shannon Murphy, Jumatatu Poe (idiosynCrazy productions), Kate Watson-Wallance|anonymous bodies, Meredith Rainey + Tania Isaac (Pitch Dance Co), and Dance Theater X. She is a chorus girl and choreographer for the Peek a Boo Revue: two-time Burlesque Hall of Fame ‘Best Troupe’ winners. In addition to her 9-year cabaret performing history in Philadelphia, Sophie has performed with Brown Girls Burlesque (NYC), was a headliner of the 2015 Celeste Giuliano’s Pin-Up Peepshow, 2016 Philadelphia Burlesque Festival headliner, and was a 2017 Munich Burlesque Festival headliner with her troupe family, The Peek a Boo Revue

Calamity Chang is one of the busiest burlesque performer AND producer based in NYC with 2 longstanding weekly shows and 2 monthly shows; she also co-produces the world’s only NEW YORK ASIAN BURLESQUE EXTRAVAGANZA with Jen Gapay.

Named by The Huffington Post as one of the “20 Burlesque Stars To Know” and by 21st Century Burlesque as one of the Top 100 Burlesque Performers in the world, Calamity has performed for numerous esteemed events such as Inked Magazine (Pinup Issue Release Party 2015), Design Industries Foundation for Fighting Aids NYC, and celebrities such as Brooke Shields and the cast of The Addams Family, Corey Miller of LA Ink, and guest starred in Moby’s metal band DiamondSnake (“Woman, Yea”). Calamity has also appeared in reality TV shows such as “Oddities” (Science Channel) and “My Big Redneck Vacation” (Country Music Television). You can also see her in the controversial NC-17 film of 2011 “Shame” by Steve McQueen starring Michael Fassbender as “Late Night Lover #1”.

Calamity has a wide range of performance styles suitable for all kinds of events. She is just as comfortable being a glamorous showgirl teasing with feather fans and ostrich boas in classic showgirl-style acts as she is performing neo-burlesque acts clad in shiny latex and other fetish-inspired looks.

Renée Rebelle began her career as a classically trained ballet dancer. She has performed in jazz, modern, and contemporary ballet productions. Mz. Rebelle’s theatrical training and insurgent spirit led her to the world of cabaret in 2011. As a striptease artist, she delights in creating both glamorous classical and innovative neoclassical works. Rebelle is a fire starter in Philadelphia’s premier burlesque venues. She brings her own style of heat to the monthly show “La Maison Rose” at Franky Bradley’s as an artist in residence. Most recently, she performed in the Prague Burlesque Festival, was a featured entertainer at the 2017 Wisconsin Burlesque Festival, and won “Most Classic” at the 2017 Oklahoma City Burlesque Festival. In 2018, Renée was a local headliner for the Philadelphia Burlesque Festival and a guest headliner in “The Burlesque Show” at Borgata Casino in Atlantic City. She will be competing in the world renowned “Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend” burlesque competition in 2019.

Justease is an International burlesque performer based out of New York City. Her repertoire includes burlesque performer, gogo dancer, showgirl and pinup model. She is a classically trained dancer with a love for Old Hollywood Glamour. Justease mesmerizes her audiences with grace, glamour and coquettish style. She currently curates her own weekly show at Ragtrader Bo Peep in Midtown and a bi weekly show at Antique Garage in Tribeca

A celebrator of aesthetic & multimedia expression, I aim to keep you entertained, get you thinking, and help you find your best you! A theatre actress at heart, my life long love of performance stems from my belief that through better understanding, we better ourselves, and better our world.

As a performer I dabble in many things:I can be seen acting and singing in independent films, comedy sketches, and parody music videos of my own, and for other comedy groups. (Check out my video page for some of that!) I write and perform parody songs & enjoy playing hostess for local burlesque shows and other events. I am the resident hostess & chanteuse at La Maison Rose: Where Art Meets Burlesque Every Third Thursday at Franky Bradley’s in Le’ Gayborhood.

Many who follow me do so because of the small theatre company I co-ran for 5 years. Touch me Philly Productions mounted 26 productions during that time. Along with my friend and theatrical partner Amanda Sylvester we did a lot I’m proud of. Though she may no longer be in Philly, there’s more to come from us, don’t you worry. www.TouchMePhilly.com

I’m so excited to now be delving deeper into my styling career as I work towards my cosmetology license! I have a long history helping with costumes, hair, & make up in the theatre productions I have been involved in. Creating character through aesthetic has always been a source of joy for me. I’ve always dug dressing the character of me from day to day, and I’m stoked to be styling more and more of you!

​Meanwhile, slowly, in the background, I am always developing material for a full length parody cabaret show & accompanied album, as well as producing segments for my upcoming YouTube channel ‘From the Belfry!’

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showtime at 8:30 p.m.

$35 ticket / $20 food & beverage minimum

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