Glitter Crash: A Burlesque and Drag Disability Showcase

Breaking barriers and challenging stereotypes, Glitter Crash is thrilled to announce a groundbreaking burlesque show that celebrates diversity, empowerment, and the beauty of inclusion.

Taking place at the Cultch Historic Theatre, this extraordinary event, the first of its kind in Canada, celebrates Disability Pride Month with a showcase of disabled performers in a spectacular display of talent, creativity, and resilience.

With a lineup of performers who defy expectations and redefine what it means to be a burlesque artist, Glitter Crash promises an evening of mesmerizing entertainment that
transcends boundaries and inspires audiences to embrace diversity and celebrate individuality.

Highlights of the event include:

1. Diverse Performances: From sultry stripteases to defiant acts of political commentary, the performers of Glitter Crash showcase a wide range of talents
from across Canada and the United States, demonstrating that disability is no barrier to artistic expression.

2. Empowering Narratives: Through their performances, the disabled artists of Glitter Crash share their personal stories of triumph, resilience, and
empowerment, offering audiences a glimpse into their unique perspectives and experiences.

3. Inclusive Atmosphere: Glitter Crash is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment where people of all abilities can come together to
celebrate diversity, foster connection, and embrace the beauty of difference.

4. Representation Matters: By featuring disabled performers prominently in the show, Glitter Crash aims to challenge stereotypes and misconceptions
surrounding disability, promoting greater visibility and representation within the burlesque community and beyond.

Glitter Crash represents a powerful step forward in the ongoing pursuit of equality and representation within the performing arts. By amplifying the voices and talents of disabled performers, Glitter Crash aims to spark meaningful conversations, foster greater understanding, and pave the way for a more inclusive and accessible future for all.