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Kreative Kulture Presents: All Star Strip

September 18, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

By donation
This is Kreative Kulture’s All-Star presentation, a compilation cast of some of our favourite and wonderful performers from the past year. As a QTBIPOC brand we strive to always provide an inclusive environment for all folks. This is a cabaret featuring burlesque and drag from a cast as diverse in style and presentation as the rainbow. Here at Kreative Kulture we cultivate space and kulture.
free / pay-what-you-can
Manghoe Lassi
Drag King Sebastian
Pastel Supernova
Cat Zaddy
Midnight Wolverine
* we are a trans and gender fluidity/non-confirming space, if you are not comfortable w freedom of gender expression = don’t come 🙂
* this event is pay-what-you-can
* this event will also be broadcast live over Zoom
* if you are unfamiliar with Zoom, instructions can be found here:
* for more advanced users, there are also some steps you can take to protect your online privacy:
* gender neutral washrooms
* closest TTC station is Wellesley Station which has escalators but no elevator. The nearest TTC station with an elevator would be Bloor/Yonge
* the entrance is wheelchair accessible
* there is a ramp to the outdoor patio seating
* alcohol will be sold on premises, but non- alcoholic options will be available
* there will be loud music at this event
* we will have care team members on site to support anyone with mobility or other personal needs the day off
* no childcare on premises
* this is not a scent free event unfortunately
Sebastian King:
This King is no stranger to the stage, bringing you all kinds of sexy, captivating you with his alluring moves.
“If music be the food of love, play on”
Like the poetic words of Billy Shakespeare, Sebastian is here to stir up some fiery passion with a hot side of gender fuckery.
He might even steal the words right out of your mouth… Are. You. Hungry?
Cat Zaddy:
Electrifying, sexy and powerful, Cat “ButtaKream” Zaddy knows how to command a stage. She is known for her infectious energy that captivates her audiences through her raw sensuality and signature flirtatious style. She’ll have you on your feet and leave you wanting more, and by the end of it all she’ll have you calling her Zaddy.
Midnight Wolverine:
Also known as Mx.Wolverine, Midnight Wolverine is Toronto’s midnight tease, trickster and shapeshifter. They are an indigiqueer burlesque and drag performer using their 2spirit identity to politicize and sexify stages everywhere, bringing Indigenous representation and narrative across stages such as the Fierce Queer International Burlesque Festival, Bagel Burlesque Expo Montreal, Asinabka Festival, and Pride Toronto. Fierce and unapologetic, watch out, they bite!
Manghoe Lassi:
BIO: Humza A. Mian aka Manghoe Lassi is a queer Canadian-Pakistani who currently resides in the GTA. He is a Registered Veterinary Technician who works in the downtown core, and a drag queen who has made a big splash on social media over the last two years. The focus of his drag is to bring awareness to the existence of queer Desi folk and breaking the chains of toxic masculinity that hold so many queer Desi’s back from expressing themselves. With the help of brands run primarily by PoC, Humza has branched into the world of commercial makeup artistry and is currently focusing on representing brands that encourage diversity and inclusion. His most current drag looks can be seen on his Instagram page (@_humzer) and are heavily influenced by his cultural background.
Pastel Supernova:
Professionally trained in classical ballet and contemporary dance Supernova has toured the globe with modern dance companies as well as some of the world’s top pop artists, most notably dancing backup for Nelly Furtado. In film & television, she has many credits, most recently as Catcha Fox in Becoming Burlesque where Supernova plays the leader and choreographer of a burlesque company, both on and off camera. In 2012 Pastel fell in love with the art of Burlesque and made a stomp by entering into it with full force as a solo performer and head of her own notorious ensemble, Love Letters Cabaret. This multidisciplinary troupe is heavily influenced by pop culture, glamorous costuming, high energy dance & Supernova’s seductive Latin dance style. It has been quoted as “Toronto’s most sexually charged new school burlesque company”.
Known for his vogue, loved for his personality, tonight watch TravoyintheFlesh perform, boylesque style!
BRICKS & GLITTER is a community arts festival celebrating Two-Spirit, trans and queer talent, ingenuity, caring, anger and abundance. We are a trouble of queers who believe in creativity, collectivity and practicing the future in the now. We are intersectional by default and critical by necessity. Our 2020 festival centers Black, Indigenous and racialized artists coming together to imagine a world worth living in—for all of us.


September 18, 2020
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
By donation


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