Le Femme Mystique Burlesque Celebrates 15th Anniversary With Upcoming 'Tease' Show

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Le Femme Mystique Burlesque founder Bella Sin says she can't believe the Cleveland-based dance company is turning 15 this year. "It still feels like we just celebrated out 10th anniversary," she tells Scene.

In honor of the milestone, the company takes to the Beachland Ballroom stage for a grand burlesque revue March 29. This along with the reveal the Le Femme name is changing to Cleveland Burlesque.



Sin says the old name wasn't as inclusive to all community members. "We wanted [the new name] to reflect the works in Cleveland, not only in body but also sexual orientation," she says.

For the anniversary event, which is 18+, expect to see plenty of diversity, talent variety, rhinestones and even drag queens, Sin says. For the first time, the reigning national burlesque king and queen are set to perform, along with plenty of local cast members and Sin herself.



The evening kicks off with a VIP/Reserve ticket cocktail reception at 7:30 p.m., with the show starting for all at 8:30 p.m. While VIP tickets are already sold out, reserve tickets are $35 and general admission tickets are $20 (or $25 the day of the event).

Find out more information about the event right here.

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