Making pants tight and panties wet since 2007. An exquisite specimen of female dandyism birthed through satirical vignettes.

Born as a Lolita in 2007 (immoratlized on the celluloid in the burlesque documentary “A Wink and a Smile”) in the Emerald city Seattle. Lady Tatas has been lighting fires ever since, graduating with a degree from the University of Washington in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts, with a focus in Printmaking and Surface Design, headdress and hat design only made sense. (photo by Greg Holloway)

Approaching the medium of burlesque with extravagance and spectacularity, with camp and flare, with humor and surrealism,Tatas draws inspiration from the vast spectrum of drag culture, John Waters films, musicals from the 1940’s, Lucille Ball, and American kitch and pop culture. (photo by Greg Holloway)

The year 2011 has been prosperous with exciting ventures with credits including Sinner Saint Burlesque presents “Electric Burlesque” (Brick House, London), The Vancouver International Burlesque Festival (Vancouver, Canada), “The Beebo Brinker Chronicles Pulp Cabaret” (ACT Theater, Seattle), and collaboration with Seattle music group Fly Moon Royalty (Bumbershoot Music Festival, Seattle). (photo by Greg Holloway)

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