Boudoir Rouge Burlesque was created in 2013 by Dallas Glittertush as a fundraiser. The intention of the group is to provide a space for women to break open and connect to a level of self love, confidence and body acceptance through play, creative expression and movement. The women have the opportunity to meet multiple time per week to practice their choreography and empower each other through sensual dance and creative expression. The program teaches participants various choreography, how to tap into your inner goddess and how to love and respect your body without ego.
Boudoir Rouge Burlesque offer an evening of community fun with drinks, a live show and a dance party. These shows give the Boudoir Rouge Burlesque group the opportunity to perform, express themselves step outside of their comfort zone and show off their new found body confidence on stage while raising funds and awareness for various charities and organizations on the Sunshine Coast.
In the past, Boudoir Rouge Burlesque fundraiser shows have supported the Yew Transition House, the Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire Department, Ride2Survive, The Red Cross, the SPCA and many others.