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Miss(ter) Waxie Moon

Miss(ter)Waxie Moon (the performance personae and creation of Marc Kenison) is a gender-blending queer lady “boylesque” performance-art stripping sensation. He has performed at various venues throughout Seattle including Key Arena, On the Boards, The Seattle Rep, ACT Theatre, and The Triple Door. Performance highlights include competing in the best boylesque category at The Burlesque Hall of Fame in Las Vegas (2013), 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, 4 and 5 (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 (Seattle) and The Seattle Erotic Arts Festival (SEAF). He is featured in the documentary films Waxie Moon (directed by Wes Hurley) and A Wink and a Smile (directed by Deirdre Timmons). In 2009 he was voted “Best Burlesque Performer” by The Seattle Weekly (Readers Poll).

Miss(ter) Waxie Moon is on faculty at Miss Indigo Blue's Academy of Burlesque and has taught and lectured about Boylesque at American University, Evergreen State College and BurlyCon. His performance work is written about in The Burlesque Handbook (by Jo Weldon, HarperCollins Publishers) and United States of Americana (by Kurt B. Reighley, HarperCollins Publishers). 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). Recently he was featured in the Seattle web series Capitol Hill, headlined The Vancouver International and San Antonio Burlesque Festivals, and is developing a commission for The Seattle Repertory Theatre.

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