Sweet like syrup
This beacon of Canadian wonderment, this shimmering Aurora Borealis, has been described as the unwanted lovechild of Tempest Storm and Lucille Ball. She’s Australia’s classiest piece of bacon on stage, but off stage she smashes tinnies like a champ. Chief hobbies include; smothering herself in poutine, drinking maple syrup from a moose skull and playing hockey with her beaver (wink wink). Her favourite food? Well that’s pretty obvious.
She is the one, the only…Miss Maple Rose.
Maple Rose is a household name in the Australian burlesque scene and has recently moved back from the Scandinavian Capital, Stockholm, where she joined the in-house cast at Stockholm's local speakeasy, Melt Bar & Restaurant. Back in Australia, Maple co-founded Highway Robbery Productions which produces the After Hours Cabaret Club. Now Maple focuses on expanding the local burlesque community by producing a small intimate burlesque night bimonthly at The Woodlands Hotel in Coburg, and Melburne’s newest variety night - Whoop Dee Doo Revue. You can learn from Maple at her regular dance and technique classes at Maison Burlesque, and catch her at events produced by the school.
Maple's alter ego is the one and only large, inflatable, feather fan wielding Tease-Rex! Learn more here.
A long list of independent productions includes resident status at Sydney’s longest running weekly burlesque night at Dome Bar (Sydney), The After Hours Cabaret Club (Melbourne), The Burly Q Club (Melbourne), The Burlesque Showboat (Melbourne), Red Light Confidential (Sydney and Melbourne), This is Burlesque (Mackay), Maison Burlesque Showcase (Melbourne), The Martini Lounge (Mornington Peninsula), Boudoir Burlesque (Seaford), Congress of Undress Showcase (Sydney), The Peel (Sydney), 34B (Sydney), The Comedy Burlesque Hour (Sydney), Tip the Velvet (Gothenburg) and Mr. Falcons (Sydney).
Maple won 1st Runner up in Miss Burlesque Australia Grand Final 2018 and is also the current reigning Miss Burlesque Melbourne 2018. She also has participated in numerous burlesque festivals including the Australian Burlesque Festival (2014, 2015 and 2017), the Perth International Burlesque Festival (2015), the London Burlesque Festival (2016), the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2016), The Melbourne Fringe Festival (2017) and the Adelaide Fringe Festival (2017).
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