Searching for Validation in all the Wrong Places
Madame Rouge talks about how being severely bullied as a child could lead to diminished self-worth and identity crisis, leading to sexual promiscuity and abusive relationships.
Date: Wed 28 April 2021
Time: 7 – 9p.m. Singapore time
Venue: Zoom link will be provided
About Madame Rouge
Madame Rouge, a performer and costume designer with a flair for theatrics and an avid appreciation for vintage aesthetics founded the first and only authentic neo-burlesque theatre in Bangkok in 2019. During an extended stay in France, she was introduced to the world of Parisian cabaret, and ever since then, her life has been entangled with the art of seduction.
Once in Bangkok, she found a niche amongst the bustling entertainment industry of the vibrant city, and strived to satisfy it. When the opportunity to introduce a ravishing new show was presented to her, she was determined to create a groundbreaking experience that would not only mesmerize and captivate her audience, but would also challenge the taboo of sexuality and femininity in a surprisingly conservative society.
Unlike many cabaret shows and large-scale productions, Madame Rouge aims to celebrate every performer as individual starlets, promoting each one for their uniquely different dance styles and abilities, bringing them together to form an eclectic yet perfectly well-balanced troupe of unending talent. The daring performers of Madame Rouge are an international collection of professionally trained dancers from all over the globe, including Thailand, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, and Hong Kong. Not only are they mistresses of seduction, but their assertive femininity will certainly intrigue and enthrall.