May 9, 2022
"I wanted to dance, but I didn't want to do it alone," says Juicy D. Light on her first set of shows. The mighty talent from the Bay Area in California talks about her tenure in Oakland burlesque (and beyond) through producing Rubenesque, fat activism, the brutality of the emcee, and seeking artistry and community in the scene whilst alternating from Huba Hubba Burlesque stripper to bringing her stage show, Angry Black Woman to the masses. (rec: March 16, 2022)
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