Sugar Vixen is an award-winning burlesque performer, teacher and producer from Montreal, Canada. Established in November 2013, she is a trained dancer, intersectional feminist activist, demon barbie and fierce rock and roll queen. She has dazzled stages across Canada, the United States, South America and Europe.
2023 Miss Viva Las Vegas
2023 "Best Debut" Finalist at the Burlesque Hall of Fame in Las Vegas
2022 Imperial Burlesque Canada "Best Gogo Dancer"
2022 1st Runner-Up & "Most Innovative" at the Panama Burlesque Festival
2022 Best of Cult MTL - Best Burlesque Performer - ranked #2
2020 Best of Cult MTL - Best Burlesque Performer - ranked #4
2019 "Queen of the Lake" at the Lake Como Burlesque Festival
2019 1st Runner-Up in "La Madama" Competition at the Amazing Flamingo Cabaret Burlesque Festival Torino
2018 Best of Cult MTL - Best Burlesque Performer - ranked #2
2017 Best of Cult MTL - Best Burlesque Performer - ranked #4
A 1970s temptress unleashes her fiery rock and roll spirit. Sugar Vixen glides across the stage in flowing red robes before transforming into a fringe-clad amazon. She high kicks glorious gold sequin boots that possess magic powers. Performed to “Light My Fire” by Shirley Bassey, this is Sugar Vixen’s signature act.
A 1960s surf rock classic burlesque act. Performed to “Surfing Drums” by Dick Dale, this is a high energy number infused with shake and shimmy, bump and grind and an epic assel-twirling finale.
Heavy Metal, witchcraft, erotica -- Enchantress has it all! This act boasts an innovative costume that assists in telling the story of a power struggle between a witch and her enchanted snake. Her unwinding dress represents the shedding of her own snake skin. Performed to “War Pigs” by Black Sabbath, this act is about reclaiming power through sensuality.
An exceptionally suave sailor with the heart of a clown reveals her innate bloodlust. Performed to "Mack the Knife" by Bobby Darin, this number features a 1950s pinup and classic burlesque feel that includes stylistic elements of swing.
Described as a repentant prostitute in the Bible, Mary Magdalene reclaims the word ‘whore’ in true punk rock feminist fashion. Performed to “Gloria” by Patti Smith, this neo-burlesque act brings the house down with a hot candle wax pour finale.