Mademoiselle Estelle is an aerialist, contemporary ballet dancer, gogo dancer, burlesque performer and entertainer based in NYC.
Mademoiselle is an alum of the University of Hawai'i at Manoa and the London Contemporary Dance School. She has extensive training in classical ballet (Cecchetti & Vaganova), modern dance (Cunningham, Graham, Improvisation & Release), harness & flying effects, and other varied performance disciplines. Since moving to NYC, her highlights include performing as a flying robot in an IKEA commercial, being a recurring acrobat at Webster Hall's "This is GOTHAM," Speakeasy Dollhouse's "Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic," gogo dancing in Atlantic City, flying on the side of a 300 foot building for the Rochester Fringe Festival and various other nightlife entertainment shows.
In addition to these exciting freelance performances, Mademoiselle Estelle is a founding member & co-producer of the Brooklyn-based gothic performance company called "Spellbound." Mademoiselle Estelle performs frequently with The Poetry Brothel on the east coast. She has various burlesque acts, the most popular of which are her "Black Velvet," Southern Cowgirl and "My Discarded Men" classic acts.