About Jinx Kelly
Jinx studied burlesque in Denver, Chicago & Los Angeles and has been performing in burlesque shows in Southern California and Colorado since 2010. She has posed for figure drawing sessions with Dr Sketchy's and Obsidian Entertainment, she’s hosted panels for Naked Show and Tell, read for Naked Girls Reading-LA and has served as stage kitten for several productions in Los Angeles. She has presented workshops at ComicCon and WonderCon and appeared on a panel with Mae Lust at WhedonCon.
Jinx has starred in horror films & theatrical horror-themed theatre productions and has appeared on TV shows such as "Bones" and "True Blood." She co-produced her first short film in the Spring of 2014 and was First Assistant Director on her first film in 2015. She continues to be involved with award-winning short film projects in front of and behind the camera and served on the board of an organization supporting women in film. You can currently see her in The Moon Rabbit Show as Mother Medicine.
Known as the tart with a heart over the last 15 years, Jinx has volunteered with many non-profits and charities. She also served as the Charity Coordinator for the very first Hollywood Burlesque Festival in 2013. Jinx is a Climate Leader with the Climate Reality Leadership Corps. founded by former U.S. Vice President, Al Gore. She earned her NAUI Specialty Dive Mermaid certification in 2018 and currently uses her mermaid persona to bring awareness to climate justice and plastic pollution solutions. In Spring of 2019, Jinx became an Ocean Ranger with the Inland Ocean Coalition and also completed the What Would Nature Do? program with boulder.earth—a hands-on course exploring the intersection between Social-Permaculture Design and Theory U.
Jinx adores obsessively talking about the impending zombie apocalypse, mermaids, burlesque and unicorns. You can keep up with her on twitter, instagram and facebook.
She's the siren tease of the Seven Seas, but graced with gams when she's on land.
About Mae Lust
Mae Lust is an award-winning theatrical director and performer with over 15 years of costuming experience. She has a film degree from USC's acclaimed School of Cinematic Arts, and she has produced several academic works on fandom and pop culture, with particular emphasis on Joss Whedon.
Mae has been performing burlesque since 2010, and has studied with a variety of instructors, including Jewel of Denial and Princess Farhana of LA's original Velvet Hammer. She has performed around the western US and her costumes have appeared in festivals across the country. She was awarded both Best Presentation and Audience Favorite at San Diego ComicCon's Masquerade 2010.
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With a smile that beguiles, and curves that can't be avoided!