“The Voluptuous Horror of Terrifying Proportions”
Bunnicula Blanc is a Hawaii born, Alaska based, traveling showghoul and published pinup making appearances on stages across the US, on the cover of Retro Lovely Magazine, and is storming across the Pacific Northwest.
But-- there’s no place like home. This creative, curvaceous creature has wowed audiences across Alaska, regularly performing as a principal dancer of VivaVoom Brr-Lesque since 2014 on their home stage at Chilkoot Charlie’s, on tour in cities across Alaska, as well honorably representing the state by performing at the First and Third Annual Freezing Tassel Burlesque Festivals in Anchorage. She has had the honor of headlining Gracie Goodnight Productions and Byrdcage Productions shows, as well as the privilege of sharing the stage with many internationally recognized performers on their journeys in Alaska. When the opportunity to perform with live rock n’ roll bands presented, she also discovered her love for improv. Find her performing with her beloved VivaVoom troupe mates and guesting at Mad Myrna’s Friday Night Diva Show frequently.
Drawing inspiration from old horror films, classic cartoons, burlesque legends, music and fashions of eras gone by, Bunnicula Blanc is known for rigging signature clever peels – and adding a dark element of surprise to her classic acts. Her graceful, yet fierce movements will seduce you on stage, dripping in an eyeful of detail oriented costuming and innovative props, and she even holds an Official International Patent on one of her creations.
She has honed her own brand of visual creativity and garment construction, sharing tips and tricks in her “Knock ‘em Dead from Toe to Head” class as part of the VivaVoom Burlesque Academy series. Burnt Offerings, her line of unique headdresses and accessories, can be found online and at events for purchase.
With a strong appreciation for preserving antiquated beauty and history, when Bunni is not on stage you can find her cruising in her 1958 Cadillac Eureka Endloader Hearse, or hunting for antique and vintage treasures. She currently holds the chair of Vice President of the Alaska Orchid Society, and tends to her growing collection orchid plants.