11/6/13 – GlitterTix Launches Ticketing Service for Burlesque Events; 25% of Profits Donated to BHoF

CONTACTS:

Dustin M. Wax, Executive Director
The Burlesque Hall of Fame
info@burlesquehall.com
888-661-6465

Eva D’Luscious, Big Mouth
GlitterTix
evadluscious@gmail.com
415-699-1282

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GLITTERTIX LAUNCHES TICKETING SERVICE FOR BURLESQUE EVENTS

25% of Profits Donated to Burlesque Hall of Fame

November 6, 2013 – Sebastopol, CA – GlitterTix announced the launch of a new ticketing service specifically for burlesque events. Events producers can manage all aspects of event ticketing online, including General Admission and Reserved Seating, while supporting the Burlesque Hall of Fame. GlitterTix donates 25% of its profits to the museum at no extra cost to event producers. Producers may use the GlitterTix system at http://glittertix.com/.

“The Burlesque Hall of Fame is ...

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8/1/2013 – Strippers and Fans Around the World Raise Funds to Support The Burlesque Hall of Fame Striptease Legends

CONTACT:
Dustin M. Wax, Executive Director
The Burlesque Hall of Fame
info@burlesquehall.com
(888) 661-6465

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

STRIPPERS AND FANS AROUND THE WORLD RAISE FUNDS

TO SUPPORT THE BURLESQUE HALL OF FAME STRIPTEASE LEGENDS

Nearly $20,000 raised through local performance showcases and events

 Aug 1, 2013 – Las Vegas, NV – Strippers do have hearts of gold—and apparently, so do their fans—as evidenced by the “Legends Challenge” fundraising efforts of burlesque troupes across the country and around the world. Over the course of six weeks, nearly $20,000 was raised to help bring stars of burlesque’s heydays to the Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekend (May 30 – June 2, 2013) at the Orleans Hotel in Las Vegas.

“The economy has hit non-profits hard, the Burlesque Hall of Fame...

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7/3/2013 – Burlesque Hall of Fame announces 2013 “Sassy Lassy” recipients

CONTACT:
Kay Sera, The Burlesque Hall of Fame
press@burlesquehall.com
(888) 661-6465

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56TH ANNUAL BURLESQUE HALL OF FAME ANNOUNCES 2013 “SASSY LASSY” RECIPIENTS
for Outstanding Contribution to the Burlesque Performance Industry

 July 3, 2013 – Las Vegas, NV – World-renowned burlesque superstar Catherine D’Lish; artist, collector and supporter Scott Ewalt; and fashion designer Katy K, were the Burlesque Hall of Fame 2013 “Sassy Lassy” award recipients for significant impact in the promotion and perpetuation of burlesque.

From its earliest days as the “Exotique [sic] Dancers League of North America,” founded by Jennie Lee in 1957, the Burlesque Hall of Fame (BHoF) has encouraged and honored outstanding contributions by its membership with special recognition and a...

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6/3/2013 – LouLou D’Vil named “Reigning Queen of Burlesque”

CONTACT:
Kay Sera, The Burlesque Hall of Fame
press@burlesquehall.com
(888) 661-6465

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LOULOU D’VIL NAMED “REIGNING QUEEN OF BURLESQUE”

Burlesque Hall of Fame Announces 23rd Annual Tournament of Tease Winners
D’vil also awarded “Most Classic Performance”

June 3, 2013 – Las Vegas, NV – The Burlesque Hall of Fame is pleased to announce that LouLou D’vil was chosen from an international group of competitors as the Reigning Queen of Burlesque at the 23rd Annual Tournament of Tease, held Saturday, June 1st at The Orleans Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

Competition was fierce—in more ways than one—at the event, the world’s longest-established and prestigious burlesque showcase...

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5/26/2013 – Burlesque Hall of Fame launches new exhibit: “Not-So-Hidden Histories: Performers of Color in Burlesque”

CONTACT:
Dustin M. Wax, The Burlesque Hall of Fame
dustin@burlesquehall.com
(888) 661-6465

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

BURLESQUE HALL OF FAME LAUNCHES NEW EXHIBIT: NOT-SO-HIDDEN HISTORIES: PERFORMERS OF COLOR IN BURLESQUE

May 26, 2011, 2013 – Las Vegas, NV – Shake dancers. Shimmy dancers. Hoochie-coochie girls. Exotics. Savages.

The history of burlesque is full of women (and some men) of color. Yet today, few remember these stars. But at one time, the pages of burlesque and pin-up magazines were full of performers of color. Black, Asian, Latina, South Pacific Islander, and Native American dancers were integral players in the history of burlesque.

Performers of color left an indelible mark on burlesque history...

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