Moving onto the next stage


In 2018 I made a decision to take 12 months off performing so that I could concentrate on my new joy of studying to earn my bachelors in History and Anthropology.


In 2019, I made a choice to perform overseas again while visiting the hallowed weekend of the Burlesque Hall of Fame, and keep studying.


In 2020, I plan to come back to my local and national stages and display what I know and what I love to my peers. And also grow our audience of what we love. Remind them we’re here all year and we want to entertain you all year.



Photo by Joel Devereux


Part of that is also coming back to my writing. So while I'm not gigging this year at fringe World. I’ll be building the audience by writing about our experiences with reviews of shows. My blog is going to become a lot busier this year, this is what I want, to build an audience through our stories. But that doesn’t mean I don’t want to perform or that I shouldn’t perform because I tell stories a different way. Far from it. In fact, that would be counter productive to what I'm doing. Performing informs my writing work and my research informs my performing.


So I'm here, growing, but still ready to entertain you all for your benefit.


Photo by Adorable Eric


As part of this I'm planning to spread my knowledge more. This will be through two methods: workshops and one on ones. Workshops will be announced as I work through them. I have one coming up in Perth post fringe but I'm working on final details. But my one on ones are available immediately through my online store! This is for the initial consult for my services, but I'm extremely excited to deliver this new path to the larger community. Please note I will only take a certain amount of jobs at once as my brain can only handle so much. If it says sold out or unavailable it means I've reached my quota and will let you know when I'm free for bookings of one on one time again.


I'm looking forward to spending more time with you all in 2020.


Keep on Dazzling,


DD xxx

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