I’m rarin’ and roarin’ to go in 2017! With a fantastic “Burlesque for EveryBawdy” class program already SOLD OUT in the Spring, the work underway for The Burlesque Hall of Fame museum re-opening and the Weekender, plus some festivals and other surprises thrown in, I figured it was time for a new look and feel! So please visit www.KaySera.com (wait, that’s not here? Nope, not anymore!) and let me know what you think!
There are so many fabulous reasons to attend The Burlesque Hall of Fame, but perhaps none more so than the opportunity to ‘bare’ witness to the Titans of Tease Reunion Showcase, featuring the living legends of burlesque
Kay Sera was honored to once again provide coverage of the Burlesque Hall of Fame’s annual Titans of Tease Legends Reunion Showcase for 21st Century Burlesque.
This year’s show featured the most legends ever—which made for a pretty long night. But what a wonderful ‘problem’ to have! Seeing the stateswomen and men of burlesque’s past is a glittery and important vibrant reminder of not only our shared history, but our individual and collective future. As the show’s long-standing emcee, The World Famous *BOB*, put it, “These women didn’t just pave the road—they moved boulders.”
See the complete article here, and please consider making a donation to the BHoF Legends Challenge Fund to help bring these vintage vixens to the Las Vegas stage.
Dusty Summers from the 2016 BHoF Titans of Tease showcase. Photo by Richard Just
Kay Sera was delighted to be asked by the Baltimore Sun to participate in a star-studded birthday wish for the one and only John Waters!
It may seem hard to believe, but Baltimore’s proudest Bad Boy, film director/author/actor/raconteur John Waters, embarks on his eighth decade today.
In celebration of this milestone in both physical and cultural longevity (even harder to believe — he made his first movie, “Hag In a Black Leather Jacket,” more than 50 years ago), we asked 30 of his best friends to take a moment to wish him a Happy Birthday.
Hope you’ll agree that Hatchet Face’s finale struck just the right (wrong) chord! Enjoy here!
Kay Sera channels Kim McGuire as Hatchet-Face