Ladies and gentleman, we have made it to the shiny ’90s! Bill Clinton is in the White House, the Spice Girls are on the airwaves and Ross and Rachel are on a break. Representing this golden era is the “Royal Rebel” with a cause, Tutu Toussaint.
More about Tutu:
From the shores of West Afrika via New York City, Tutu is a warrior of seduction, and royal descendant of King Tutu himself. She was inducted into the burlesque tradition through the auspices of Brown Girls Burlesque in 2013, and is quickly making her mark in the Burly-Q community.
She is a resident and founding member of Perle Noire’s “House of Noire” who is recognized for her southern jazz, sass and explosive style.
Tutu is the proprietress of Brown Cocaine Burlesque, a burlesque instruction company and southern burlesque revue and the racial/ social equality and wellness initiative “Burlesque Cares”.
Won’t you join us on April 22 to meet The Brown Cocaine of Burlesque? Time is running out, but tickets are still on sale! You can buy them HERE.
AND! For a limited time, you can buy one and get the second half-off with promo BOGO50. No limit (as long as you buy in twos), so buy one for all your ’90s-lovin’ friends. See you on the 22nd!