Rebecca Perry (she/her)

Rebecca Perry is a Toronto‐based actor, singer and writer. She can be seen on film in the multi-Canadian Comedy Award-winning webseries A Gay Victorian Affair, and the feature films Forest Fairies and Best Friend From Heaven. Her two Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl shows have taken her from coast to coast in Canada and from top to bottom of the UK, and have earned Perry many awards, including three Broadway World Awards. Perry's most recent solo show, From Judy to Bette: The Stars of Old Hollywood sold out its run at the 2016 Next Stage Theatre Festival, has toured around Ontario, the East Coast, and all over the UK. It had great critical and industry success at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and most recently finished a run in the Sudbury Theatre Centre’s 19/20 season.  Celebrity attendees to Perry’s work include Anthony Rapp and Neil Patrick Harris! Perry’s latest production was as sole actor for Steven Elliott Jackson’s audio drama, Sarah/Frank, which has “toured” to the Toronto, Hamilton, Fundy and Halifax digital Fringes.

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Red Tongued Raven (she/her)

Red Tongued Raven is a Burlesque Dancer from Toronto. She won the September 2020 Nudie Nubies Worldwide competition, and placed amongst the top six semi-finalists for the Imperial Burlesque Canada competition. Raven has also performed for festivals including the Goddess Day Arts Festival and the 2020 New York Burlesque Festival. Raven is based in Toronto, Canada.

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El Toro (they/them)

Sebastian Marziali is a Uruguayan-Canadian performer, designer, and creator based in Toronto. Sebastian was the lighting designer on the 2018 & 2019 Toronto International Burlesque Festival and 2019 Vanguardia Dance Festival. They performed in, designed, and choreographed for the Sold-out T.O. Fringe hits Lysistrata, Carmilla, and Mayhem at Miskatonic. Sebastian is a founding member of Other HeArts ( a performance collective which presented One Night at the 2019 Caminos Festival. Most recently they appeared in Soulpepper’s lauded production of A Streetcar Named Desire. Moonlighting in burlesque as El Toro, Toronto’s LatinX Lover they were the 2018 Monarch of Burlesque for the Montreal Burlesque Festival and have been featured on stages across the globe both solo and with troupes Boylesque T.O. and The Gentleman’s Club.

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Ivory (she/her)

Ivory is Toronto based multidisciplinary artist. A graduate of Randolph College for the Performing Arts she leads a storied career as a singer, actor, dancer, model and body positive advocate. An archer, axe thrower and firebreather, Ivory boasts a bag of tricks which is sure to wow any crowd! Since being crowned Miss Canada Plus 2007, Ivory has continued her activism as a Plus Sized Entertainer and advocate for over 10 years, pushing for change with her intersectional feminism, body positivity, queer advocacy and outspoken message of love at all costs. Ivory is a founding member of the Succulent Six, Canada's team of Curvy Super SHEroes and a proud member of Les Femmes Fatales, Canada's premiere burlesque troupe for Women of Colour.

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Pearle Harbour (she/her)

Sweet-as-pie and sharp-as-nails, Pearle Harbour is an award-winning drag sensation and Canada’s premiere tragicomedienne. Her original works have been presented at the CBC, the PuSh International Festival for Performing Arts, SummerWorks, and countless other theatres, clubs, and cabarets across the nation. She is an artist-in-residence at Buddies In Bad Times Theatre. Accolades include Audience Choice Award (SummerWorks), Outstanding Solo Performance (My Entertainment World), Favourite Lead Performance (Hart House), and Dora Mavor-Moore Award nominations for Outstanding Performance and Outstanding Costume Design.

Tago Mago AKA Steven Conway (they/them)

Tago Mago is an inter-disciplinary queer performer based in Toronto. A multi-instrumentalist with a classical education in piano and music theory, Steven is a frequent collaborator in Toronto’s independent music scene, and has toured across North America. They are the producer and host of BANDS & DRAG!, a monthly event series dedicated to bridging Toronto’s queer performance and music communities.

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St. Stella (she/they)

Stella Kulagowski, producer and host of Pointed Cap Cabaret; is an actor, producer, creator and dancer. She has produced 3 years of sold-out Toronto Fringe productions; Lysistrata (2017), Carmilla (2018) and Mayhem at Miskatonic (2019). Stella also produced, choreographed, and performed in the ‘Shakesqueer’ adaptation, Ill Met by Moonlight. Stella moonlights as award-winning burlesque performer ‘St. Stella’, twice performing at the Burlesque Hall of Fame. Stella also Game-Masters live-play Dungeons and Dragons stream Charisma Mod, produced by Comic Sans Productions.

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Sly Pereira (she/they)

The visual designer and artistic director behind Pointed Cap Cabaret, Sly Pereira is a multidisciplinary magic maker. You can find her stripping her art out on burlesque and drag stages, plying pixels as a photographer at Sly Play Studios, or co-producing conceptual corporeal shows as a founding member of both Pointed Cap Playhouse and Tell-Tale Hearts Neo Burlesque. Sly has performed internationally for FIERCE! Queer Performance Festival, produced and performed in two sold-out shows at Toronto Fringe (CARMILLA and Mayhem at Miskatonic: A Burlesque Mystery Game,) and her drag king alter ego Roy G Biv currently holds the title of Runner-up Satanic Supreme in the Night of the Living Queers Competition.

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Les Barricades

Born on the trans Canadian highway and steamed in Montréal's musical espresso pot, Les Barricades embody the fusion of styles and language that epitomizes Montreal's unique flavor. Led by the indomitable Gabriel Campagne who's voice and charm will lead you through both French and English songs, their original material is a fusion of traditional pop, classical, blues and rock. ENCORE!

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Ryan Iusi

The web developer behind the Pointed Cap Cabaret, Ryan has spun his digital wizardry to bring this Cabaret online. As a self proclaimed polymath, Ryan is no stranger to the stage, but now spends his days pushing pixels and turning thoughts and creative ideas into digitally tangible pieces of art.

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