Well hello there! I am Miss Woop De Doo, a newcomer in burlesque scene. I did my very first solo performance in Teerenpeli Tenderfeet, Tampere Finland, on March 21st 2015. I started burlesque by attending Olivia Rouges`s beginner`s weekly class in 2014, and continued in the advanced weekly class. After that I have participated in different workshops, and also coaching classes. Nowadays I am also part of a wonderful burlesque troupe called Vermillion Dames, coached by Olivia Rouge herself!
I have a background in different dances such as African dances, salsa, and street dances, and I have been performing in those as well. As you may guess, I use my strong dance background in my burlesque shows since it is a natural way to express myself.
At the moment I have three different acts to offer (4th and 5th ones are on their way too, so stay tuned or ask for more info):
The first one called "Housewife`s HeartBeat" is a humoristic act telling the story of a lonely housewife. The days go by just doing the laundry, cleaning up and collecting toys from the floor... But what happens if there is good music and something little "extra" to cheer you up...? ;) This act is very funny, flirtatious and cheerful. Duration: 4:25 minutes.
The second act "Oriental" is a mystical story of a fortuneteller and her crystal ball. Will the fortuneteller be able to resist the spell put on her and what will happen next..? Find out yourself :) The act is very fascinating, sexy, and "oriental". Duration: 6:40 minutes.
Third act "The Chick in Me" has got influences from African prints and cheerful dancing as well as from my street dance background. It is colorful, funny, sensual, flirtatious and fast-paced act with a hint of ghetto attitude. Duration: 5:30 minutes.
I am looking for new co-operations and performances so please do not hesitate to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can check my facebook page here (you need to be logged in facebook in order to see my page).
My current bookings you can find here (sorry only in Finnish).
|Photo: Harri Joensuu Visuals|