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The Stars

PARTIAL CAST FOR MARCH 16  SHOW AT HOUSE OF BLUES

ELLE DORADO is one of America’s most exciting classic striptease dancers. As a nationally and internationally ranked competitive figure skater, she has been trained in the art and discipline of many forms of dance, and incorporates them into her respective routines. As a figure skater, Elle Dorado has performed in Switzerland, France, Italy, Russia, Canada, and across the United States. She was the only American to be admitted into the Russian Olympic training facility, Novogorsk. Transitioning to burlesque has garnered her a lot of attention. She is known for her exuberant take on the classic bump and grind. In September 2013, she debuted the first striptease ice-skating act in modern burlesque, and in November she headlined the 1st Annual Iowa Burlesque Festival. In September 2014, Elle won the Queen of Burlesque title at the 6th Annual New Orleans Burlesque Festival at Harrah’s New Orleans!
ATHENA – Labeled “Goddess of the Bodice” by the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Athena has performed with the hit-show Bustout Burlesque (running monthly at House of Blues New Orleans) since early 2006. Athena is a New Orleans native, but gets her exotic good looks from her Greek heritage. This well-rounded entertainer sings and dances, making her a favorite among audiences. She has appeared on the MTV productions My Super Sweet Sixteen, O Music Awards, and MTV’s MADE. She also appeared in in an episode of HBO’s Treme. In 2012 and 2013, Athena performed with Bustout Burlesque at Viva Las Vegas at The Orleans Hotel & Casino. In 2013, she auditioned for the celebrity judges on American Idol, receiving the golden ticket to Hollywood. Athena performs annually in The New Orleans Burlesque Festival,  and made her second annual appearance in the Iowa Burlesque Festival in October.
CHARLOTTE TREUSE is an intoxicating flirt. A performer from a young age, she found her calling on the burlesque stage and has since been ceaselessly seducing show-goers. A recent transplant from Portland, Charlotte was the Dance Manager and a Company Dancer for “Orchestre L’Pow! Presents Big Time Burlesque” A classic show with a smoking hot five-piece band, delivering Bump and Grind to the sophisticated set. She is also a founding member of Portland’s highly respected Rose City Shimmy, a collation of some of the area’s premier performers. Charlotte has been seen on stages across the nation, at prestigious events such as Burlesque Hall Of Fame, New Orleans Burlesque Festival, Tease-O-Rama, and Viva Las Vegas.
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ELI ROSE “The Debonaire Mystic”, is a New Orleans based sword swallower, palm reader, sideshow performer and boylesque performer. He’s the cofounder The Little Top Circus and Medicine Show, New York’s most raucous turn-of-the-century revivalist tent show and Montreal’s Debonaire & Derriere production duo . He’s currently on tour across the United States peddling, his own brand of dashing death defiance!
CHRIS MCDANIEL Like a modern day Buffalo Bill Cody, Chris McDaniel brings the excitement of the Wild West to Bustout Burlesque. A world champion trick roper and holder of 2 world records with bullwhips, McDaniel mixes his skill, charm, comedy, and cowboy songs to make a little cowboy magic. He’s been seen internationally from Bali to Moscow to 5 star resorts in Mexico. He’s been on The Late Show with David Letterman, 2 national Broadway tours, and is a long time featured performer at the longest running off Broadway magic show, Monday Night Magic.

THE BUSTOUT BURLESQUE JAZZ BAND
MATT BELL (bandleader/guitar) Following an ever-growing thirst for music, deep rooted and real, Matt Bell has found his place in New Orleans. A musician for 17 years, he harbors a fondness for collaborating with artists of different disciplines. Bell has participated musically in groups ranging from tribal belly dance to circus, to theater and cabaret. It is no surprise to find Matt now filling the musical chair of bandleader, guitarist, and arranger of the Bustout Burlesque jazz band.
MIKE JENNER (sax/clarinet) Saxophonist Michael Jenner was raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has spent the last fourteen years in New Orleans. The hard bop of Pittsburgh and the street beats of New Orleans have been crucial to the development of his music. Jenner released his debut album “The Michael Jenner Group” in 2002 and holds degrees from Loyola University New Orleans and Middle Tennessee State University. Recent credits include Kermit Ruffin’s “Happy Talk,” on Basin Street Records and appearances with Frankie Valli, Eric Lindell, Renard Poche, and Leif Pedersen’s 1944 Big Band.
JIM THORNTON (trumpet) Born in Tupelo, Mississippi, Jim Thornton is a self-taught trumpet player. Having accepted the philosophical challenge that “good music should make a woman take off her clothes,” it is no wonder that his playing comprises a balance of sweet, disarming melodies and growls, grunts, flutter tongueing, and general plunger mute nastiness. Jim is owner of JGT Group, LLC which provides specialized legal support services to some of the nation’s best attorneys. As his parents often remind him, while Jim plays Burlesque, his brother sings in a church choir.
GREG SCHATZ (bass) is a multi instrumentalist who plays piano and accordion as well as electric & upright bass.  In addition to performing with a wide variety of New Orleans ensembles as a sideman he also writes and performs original music with his own band Schatzy. He has been playing with the Bustout Burleque Jazz Band since 2007.
DOC RICHARDS (drums) Doc Richards is a third generation New Orleanian, who has worked as a drummer since the 1960s. He’s played with Frankie Brent, Bobby Stevens, Freddy Palmisano, Rosario Purpura, Red Schroeder, Ronnie Cole, Bobby Cure, Bobby Lanero, and three Elvis impersonators!  Doc has been a favorite with the Jerry Christopher’s Big Easy Jazz Band for over 6 years. He has frequently been called upon to play with “Dr. Jazz” aka Russell Steele since 2006. Doc has been laying down the booms and crashes for Bustout Burlesque since the show was revived after Hurricane Katrina in early 2006. The Times-Picayune’s David Cuthbert proclaimed Doc Richards “beats those skins with a Gene Krupa-like intensity.”