Even the very classy, Deb au Nare gets the munchies after smoking! This act was created specifically for a show featuring live music from the band Soggy Po Boys. Set to the tune "Viper", Deb proceeds to cure her munchies with Cheetos and brownies found throughout her costume. This act features her famous contortion stocking peel over the chair using only her feet. Many have tried to duplicate this trick, few have succeeded!
Hesitant at first, Deb warms up to the audience with some courage from the bottom of her glass of red wine.
A new take on the "Girl in a Martini Glass" act. Deb has constucted a giant purple weed pipe that she dances and spins around in, dressed of course as the weed that goes inside.
Too many layers to Deb's outfit has her feeling faint.
"The Bearded Lady"
This act was featured on America's Got Talent. A mysterious woman dances behind a veiled face then pulls down her ponytail to reveal a long beard. However, her face isn't the only bearded part of this lady!
"Come Sail Away"
Deb au Nare is just enjoying a nice day out at sea - swimming, twerking and dramatically overacting the lyrics to Styx's "Come Sail Away", when a clothes-eating shark interrupts her!
A circus themed hula hoop act, Deb strips while hooping including removing a stocking behind her back while hula hooping around one leg.
"Never Tear Us Apart"
Created for a Valentine's Day show, this act is very glamourous, featuring a full length rhinestone gown and a big fluffy boa.
Deb is just like any other housewife, she does her hair and her makeup and has dinner prepared for when her spouse returns home. Dinner just happens to be a giant tasty brain.
Known to literally make audience members scream, this zombie act is performed to the instrumental suite from "Hush" the silent episode of Buffy, setting the eerie and sometimes comedic tone for this piece.
Set to the sultry sounds of Massive Attack's "Sly", this act has dramatic costume reveals and backbending.
"The Placebo Effect"
A mix of classic burlesque costuming with incredible contortion moves using a chair and all set to the 90s classic, "Every You, Every Me" by Placebo.
In this dark and intense act, Deb is sexy and a little mean. This act works best with a close audience for interaction and participation in peels.
She may be trashy, but she makes it work! Set to Weird Al Yankovic's "Trash Day", it's the hottest pile of garbage you've ever seen!
In an ode to the '70s and LSD, Deb dances in a psychadellic flower dress to "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". This act involves a blacklight and UV reactive body paint for an amazing, but messy finish!
NEW! "Will Strip For Food"
This pooch will do all kinds of tricks for it's dinner! This act features a giant dog food bowl that Deb dances on and spins around inside of! Another comedic take on the "Girl in a Martini Glass" act.
NEW! "Classic Background"
A classic burlesque act including a giant 10ft boa and ending with tassel twirling! This act is originally set to Third Eye Blind's "The Background", but can easily be transformed into a more classic burlesque act with a music change.
NEW! (Currently Untitled)
This act really shines! In a fun color revealing tease, Deb dances in hues of purple and rich chocolate brown.
"Buffy Want Beer"
Several Buffy references are made from multiple seasons in this act featuring costuming in the style of season 1, Black Frost beer from season 4's "Beer Bad" and terrible dancing from season 6's "Once More with Feeling".
As Kitana from Mortal Kombat, Deb does her own take on a classic burlesque fan dance with her knife fans.
Friendship isn't the only thing that is magical in this act!
Deb au Nare's take on The Huntress features her signature purple cape in the style of Isis wings.
This act is inspired by Tate Langdon's story in AHS: Murder House. Starting with a skull ensemble, Deb reveals his iconic grunge look complete with gun. Tate menacingly dances and strips until the SWAT team has something to say about it!
This is a *strip-free* contortion chair dance act icluding backbending, headstands, chestands and more!
"Let It Snow, Santa Baby!"
All Deb wanted for Christmas was something expensive, maybe sparkly. All she gets is an empty box of packing peanuts! She makes the best of a bad situation though!
NEW! "God Rest Ye"
Satan's power has her gone astray! This scanadelous chair act is set to "God Rest Ye, Merry Gentlemen" by Mannheim Steamroller.