NEW ACT: The Grand Dame of Champagne

I’m excited to announce the (costume-ready) debut of The Grand Dame of Champagne, an over-the-top sabrage and sword swallowing burlesque act loosely inspired by the legends surrounding the Widow (Veuve) Clicquot and the art of sabrage. The Grand Dame of Champagne is visually decadent. It features aesthetics inspired by Marie Antoinette and is backed by a … Read moreNEW ACT: The Grand Dame of Champagne

Sword Swallowing: The Deadliest Art

Approx. 2,000 B.C. – Sword swallowing was developed in India by fakirs and holy men as a display of their seemingly super human abilities and spiritual endowments. At this time, the Middle Kingdom was being established in Egypt, the elephant was being tamed in the Indus civilization, and horses, bronze, & alcohol arrived to Britain. … Read moreSword Swallowing: The Deadliest Art