October! Meet us at the market, won't you?

May 20, 2023 at 6:07 PMVioletDeVille


Coming in October, Midnight at the Goblin Market, A Cryptits Cabaret.

What desire will you find at the market?

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Triskaideka-FEEL-Ya: 13 Years of Weirdness & Burlesque

May 20, 2023 at 5:44 PMVioletDeVille

Miss Violet DeVille celebrates 13 years of burlesque with a show about the weird, the mysterious, and the delightful.Copyright

Does the number thirteen bother you? May we suggest some exposure therapy? Triskaidekaphobia is a fear of the number 13 and Miss Violet DeVille is the opposite of that; she loves the number 13! She’s a triskaidekaphile. It’s her lucky number. She made her burlesque debut in 2010 at the Little Red Studio and she hasn’t looked back. 13 years later she’s delighted audiences all around the Puget Sound and Washington state, throughout the US, and across Canada.

Triskaideka-FEEL-Ya is a tribute to the eccentricities, peculiarities, and flat-out weirdness that make us all unique. Drawing inspiration from the number 13, a symbol of mystery and superstition, Miss Violet DeVille has curated an unforgettable experience that combines burlesque, music, and theatre.

The show is hosted by Lilith van Dyke and features performances from Miss Violet DeVille, Beau NusHole, Kitten A. Round, Morgan LaMay, Scandal From Bohemia, Sneaky Boo, and Vena Kahlo, each bringing their unique talents and quirks to the stage. Some are veteran performers who have had a strong influence on Miss DeVille to up-and-coming artists in the local burlesque scene, these performers will showcase their abilities in a series of mesmerizing, thought-provoking, or just funny acts that will leave you enthralled.

Triskaideka-FEEL-Ya is Saturday, July 15th at the Rendezvous Jewelbox on 2322 2nd Avenue in Seattle. The show begins at 7:00 pm. Tickets are on sale now at http://pdpr.biz/13


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Worlds' End Returns for Year 3

June 18, 2015 at 8:54 AMVioletDeVille


Tickets available now at Brown Paper Tickets

Once again the maelstrom has settled over Seattle and the winds threaten to tear apart all that isn’t secure. Come down to the Re-Bar to get out of the storm and stay for the stories. Join us for burlesque tribute to the creativity of Neil Gaiman. He’s written for comic books and authored many novels, movie scripts and teleplays. His stories have taken us from the lands of fantasy to the stars in science fiction tales. That is the just the beginning of what you may find waiting for you in Worlds’ End.

“Worlds’ End turns three and we’re celebrating,” said the show’s producer, Miss Violet DeVille. “With some new takes on stories we’ve told before and we have new ones that are eagerly waiting for you.”

Worlds’ End Burlesque Revue is July 17th and 18th at the Re-Bar.

Come see

Baby Cakes (from Port Angeles)
Ruby Darling
Whisper De Corvo
Miss Violet DeVille
Siouxzie Queen Gypsy (from Port Angeles)
Belle Pantysworth (from Vancouver, BC)
Alexa Perplexa
Mercury Divine
Miz Melancholy
Nickey Bourbon
Luna Nightingayle. 

Hosted by Lilith von Fraumench

Tickets are $20 to $40 available at http://worldsend.bpt.me 


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Boise's Glitter Royalty comes to Seattle

June 16, 2015 at 10:14 PMVioletDeVille

Copyright Boise’s Glitter Royalty is spreading their vast reach to Seattle on their west coast tour. From the mountainous expanse of Boise, Glitterati Gals Burlesque is exploring the west coast this summer. Seattle is their first stop on a journey that continues on to Nevada, California, and Oregon. Join us for an expansive evening of raucous and sinful entertainment from Boise, the Glitterati Gals Burlesque and special guests Deadlurk Dolly Mops and Miss Violet DeVille.


Glitterati LaReaux
Phoenix Fatale
Dayla Murte

With special guests

Jay Lieber and Ve Ve Violet of the Deadlurk Dollymops (Portland, OR)
Miss Violet DeVille

Hosted by Glitterati Gal’s VooDoo Bob

The Seattle stop on the Splayed Out Tour is on Friday, July 3rd at the Re-Bar located at 1114th Howell St. in Seattle. The doors open at 6:30 pm and the show begins at 7:30 pm. Boise’s irregular and the Glitterati Gal’s host with the most, VooDoo Bob, is our master of ceremonies. The Glitterati Gals are Glitterati LaReaux, Phoenix Fatale, and Dayla Murte with special guest performances from the Deadlurk Dollymops and Miss Violet DeVille. Tickets for the show are $15 online and $20 at the door.

Tickets available now at Brown Paper Tickets

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Belltown Burlesque Revue starring Suzzette Monique

March 5, 2015 at 9:35 PMVioletDeVille


March in Belltown sees the Revue making a stop back at the Jewel Box for a spell and joining us is burlesque legend Suzzette Monique from Edmonton in the Canadian province of Alberta. Known for her work with the duster, mesmerizing audiences across the country and abroad. She is joining us on our stage and bringing with her more than four decades of ecdysiastic mastery. It’ll be a cool night of bumps and grinds at the Belltown Burlesque Revue. The coming rites of spring are close and we want to celebrate it with you.

The Belltown Burlesque Revue is on March 14th on just north of Bell St in Seattle’s Belltown at the Rendezvous Jewelbox Theater. The Dyke with the Spikes, Lilith von Fraumench is our Mistress of Ceremonies and stars burlesque legend Suzzette Monique, Ms. Briq House, Miss Violet DeVille, and Crystal Tassels. Doors open at 7:00 pm, show at 7:30 pm. Tickets start at $15 and are available through BrownPaperTickets.com and $20 day of the show.


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Wheel of Tease Returns for 4 Times the Fun

December 2, 2014 at 6:52 PMVioletDeVille

CopyrightThere are two things you don’t see a lot of in neo-burlesque today: live music and on-the-spot -improvisation. When these two elements do come to pass, the result is a rare and beautiful thing. On the Friday, February6th eight performers, some burlesque stars and a few fresh faces, will take the stage and create spontaneous performances using props and song chosen by members of the audience. The soundtrack to this “kamikaze burlesque” will be performed live by Seattle’s only electro-swing band Good Co. Join us for a night of spur-of-the-moment striptease and silly, sexy fun. 

And we're bringing this madness to you four times in 2015.

Sir Eddie Van Glam is back, leading audience members to the stage and helping them select the music Good Co will play and the prop the performer has to dance with. 

Each show has a different cast of performers. Some are local, some are from other states, and a few are from another country altogether. 

February 6th features Reggie Bügmüncher and Kat De Lac from the Keystone state of Pennsylvania . They'll be joining Lowa de Boom Boom, Miss Violet DeVille, Absurdity Belle, Jesus la Pinga, Morgan LaMay, and The Black Sparrow. 

May 8th stars the Paris Original, and features Bettie Fever from Vancouver, B.C., Trixie Paprika, Miss Violet DeVille, Artemis Lark, Morgue Anne, Razzberry Rocket, and Dahlia Ste. cyr.

August 8th brings Vancouver, B.C. starlets Faux Foxy and Ruby Slickeur to our stage along with the local flavor of Cherry "Killer" Tomatoes, Miss Violet DeVille, Bella Luna, Kristina Weena, Mandy Flame, and Verity Germaine.

November sets us up with Rock Hart, the international boylesque sinsation from Edinburgh, Scotland and Port Angeles' own Siouxzie Queen Gypsy and featuring performances from Sara Dipity, Whisper De Corvo, Cirquesse, Miz Melancholy, Magnolia Monroe, and Nickey Bourbon.

More information about Good Co can be found at www.goodcomusic.com

Tickets available now at Brown Paper Tickets

10 Captains throw down on January 3rd

November 19, 2014 at 11:19 PMVioletDeVille

The commanding burlesque showdown is back! We have all heard the impassioned, and sometimes very heated, arguments in geek circles. Who is the better captain; is it James T. Kirk or Jean Luc Picard? What about other captains found in television, books, and movies? We have ten captains to put to the test and we aim to settle that little score. And then some with your help. Who will you promote to commodore?

“I think Weird Al summed it up best,” said creator Miss Violet DeVille, “when he said it was the only question he thought was hard in ‘White and Nerdy’. The audience really enjoyed picking their favorites captains.”

Captain Royale Redux is on Saturday, January 3rd at the Re-Bar located at 1114th Howell St. in Seattle. The doors open at 6:30 pm and the show begins at 7:30 pm. Lilith von Fraumench as General Anxiety is our commander of ceremonies leading cast of luminaries featuring Ruby Darling, Claira bell, Violet DeVille, Artemis Lark, Cherry Tart, Mercury Divine, Morgan LaMay, Morgue Anne, Nickey Bourbon, and Tawdry Quirks. Tickets are available on at Brown Paper Tickets and through the Purple Devil Productions website.

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Belltown Burlesque Revue: Where We Came From on June 14th

May 9, 2014 at 7:40 PMVioletDeVille

CopyrightWhen June comes to call, some people like to look back at the first half of the year and see where they came from as they plot the way forward through the rest of the year. Here at the Belltown Burlesque Revue we not only approve of this approach, we’re going to do it one better! We’re going to spend an evening looking at the roots of the neo burlesque movement through the lens of classic burlesque! It’s an evening of tributes to those who laid the foundation we dance upon and a celebration of the classic bump and grind.

The Belltown Burlesque Revue: Where We Came From is on June 14th on the very eastern edge of Belltown in Seattle at the Re-Bar.

The Belltown Burlesque Revue: Where We Came From
stars The Shanghai Pearl!

Paying tribute to our roots with are Angie Z from Miami, Tamara “The Trapeze Lady”, Miss Violet DeVille, Sailor St. Claire, Olatsa Assassin, Jesus la Pinga, Cirquesse, Shae Dravenmore, and Betty Fish. The Dyke with the Spikes, Lilith von Fraumench is our Mistress of Ceremonies.

Doors open at 6:30 pm, seating at 7:00 pm, show at 7:30 pm. Tickets start at $13 and are available through BrownPaperTickets.com and $15 day of the show.

Rule 34 - If you can think of it, there is porn of it.

April 2, 2014 at 11:50 PMVioletDeVille


Like physics, the internet has its own set of “natural” laws. The most exciting: Rule 34, which states that if you can think of it, there is sexually explicit material of it. Therein lies our inspiration. With a steaming hot cast of burlesque’s finest, Rule 34 explores the deepest depths of our imaginations and the interwebs that bring them to light. 

“Why you think the net was born? Porn! Porn! Porn!” – Trekkie Monster, from the hit Broadway musical Avenue Q.

Over 30% of all Internet traffic contains porn and YouPorn.com uses 6 times the bandwidth of the streaming media site Hulu. We think Trekkie Monster might be onto something.

Rule 34 is May 10th at the Re-Bar in Seattle. Mister Bawdy is our Master of Ceremonies, our Potentate of Porn, our Sultan of Smut, and our Dictator of Dirt. Following his lead is Tamara the Trapeze Lady, Boom Boom L’Roux, Whisper De Corvo, Miss Violet DeVille, Maggie McMuffin, Cinnamon Maxxine, Magnolia Monroe, Morgue Anne, Dee Lushious, and Ms. Audrey Rugburn! The doors open at 6:30 pm and seating begins at 7:00 pm with the showing starting at 7:30 pm. Tickets start at $13 and are available through www.BrownPaperTickets.com and for $15 at the box office day of show.


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Did you like the music of IndieStrip? Want more? We have it!

March 9, 2014 at 12:38 PMVioletDeVille

If you liked the music of IndieStrip, here is the complete song list with as much information that could found. If you like the music, please consider purchasing it. Here are all of the acts the performers did with links to the musician's web site.


Pepper La’Rouge gave us a brilliant homage to Bill Nye to a cover of Bill Nye the Science Guy’s theme song by the band Rabbit Skin Glue.

Alexa Perplexa’s barista found caffeinated love to Tilly and the Wall’s Alligator Skin.

Ivy DuPri went Home with James Ryan Reichel.

Dahlia Ste Cyr had a little too much to drink and saw Pink Elephants on Parade as covered by Circus Contraption 

Miz Melancholy explored the chains of depression to Glockenspiel by Sherree Chamberlain.

Miss Violet DeVille took you into her lab to show off the windup doll she’s been working on. Beats Antique’s song Revival

EmpeROAR Fabulous!!! exposed you to the local Seattle band Purr Gato and their Unexpected Guest.

Precious Metal brought us some Australia metal by Alpha State (through archive.org). She rocked out to an unreleased track. Fallen was intended for their next album but band broke up before its release.

Copyright 2014, Sally Mikulas-Serletti

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