B-movie vixen Trixie Malicious is the living embodiment of Mae West’s quip about “a girl who lost her reputation and never missed it.” Of Canadian descent, the former showgirl now finds herself very much at home on London’s vaudeville scene, and will be bringing her own brand of bump’n'grind to White Mischief’s second stage “Moon Room”.
Trixie has been kind enough to share with us a few of her favourite things:
Likes: Red Lipstick, Seamed Stockings, Bleach, Rock n Roll, Dancing & Dancing & Dancing, Fire Ball Whisky, Bubble Baths, Tea Parties, Horror Stories, B-Movies, Old Laundromats and Diners, Penny Candy, lying on the grass in the sun, Paintings on Black Velvet, New vocabulary words to employ, 70’s Summer Camp, Spin-the-Bottle and Utter Ridiculousness.
Music: The Cramps, The Stooges, The Monks, The Sonics, Screamin Jay Hawkins, T-Rex, Bump n’ Grind, 60’s Garage, The Supremes, The Platters, Rockabilly, Sleepwalker for a 50’s slow dance!
Role Models: John Waters, David Lynch, Mae West, Zorita, Bettie Page, Dorothy Parker, Russell Meyer’s Pussycats, Lux Interior, Poison Ivy, Traci Lords in Crybaby, Superhuman B-Movie Vixens who want to drive fast cadillacs, crush skulls with their thighs and mutter irreverent catchphrases.
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