“Waxie Moon”, a gender-blending “boylesque” performance-art stripping sensation has performed at various venues throughout Seattle including Key Arena, On the Boards, The Seattle Rep, ACT Theatre, The Moore Theatre and The Triple Door.
Career highlights include being featured in Land of the Sweets, A Burlesque Nutcracker (produced by Lily Verlaine and Jasper McCann), performing in and choreographing House of Thee Unholy #2, 3 and 4 (produced by The Swedish Housewife) and being presented by numerous performance organizations including On The Boards (Northwest New Works Festival and 12 Minutes Max), Bumbershoot and The Seattle Erotic Arts Festival. S/he has performed “boylesque” for Margaret Cho, Cyndi Lauper, Carson Kreseley and The B-52’s.
He is the subject of the feature-length documentary film Waxie Moon (directed by Wes Hurley) which has been screened at numerous film festivals, including The Seattle Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (Audience Award), The International Queer Fruits Film Festival (Jury Prize) and CineKink (NY Audience Choice Award – Honorable Mention). She is also featured in the documentary film, A Wink and a Smile (directed by Deirdre Timmons).
In 2009 he was voted “Best Burlesque Performer” by The Seattle Weekly (Readers Poll). He is 1/3 of the pop dance trio, Dance Belt, which was voted “Seattle’s Sexiest Dance Company” by The Stranger. Recently, s/he acted in, co-wrote and co-produced Waxie Moon in Fallen Jewel (directed by Wes Hurley) and was nominated for a 2010 Gregory Award (Excellence in Theater, Washington State).