“Finest form of flattery? Or just disrespectful?” Talloolah Love sits down with Renaissance man, Gideon Hodge as they discuss the finer points of inspiration, tribute, and plagiarism and how respect play in today’s art world.
Talloolah Love continues her #iamburlesque interviews with Lola Lesoiliel, Sunny Midnight, and Vivian X, three women of color in The Atlanta Burlesque scene who have made their way and have their stories and commentary on the struggles facing them as they define what is their burlesque in this world. They
In the fabulous world of Burlesque, the glitz and glamour can distract from some of the issues everyone faces. This art should be open to anyone who has the burning passion to perform, no matter their style, shape, or size. We talk about some of the controversial points that have
In today’s episode, Talloolah Love unveils her new series: Topics with Talloolah wherein she will sit down with performers and talk to them about different tips and pitfalls in the business of Burlesque. Today, she is talking to Persephone Phoenix, a producer, an aerialist, and a dancer about how to
Talloolah Love and Doctor Q went on an adventure to Nashville TN to see an event called Naked Girls Reading at the Delinquent Debutantes Studio. Talloolah sits down with the Deb’s mavens Freya West and Shan De Leers to chat about what it means to be a naked girl reading
Talloolah Love is a long time veteran of the Atlanta Burlesque scene. She has been the matron of the Burlesque Atlanta Society for many years, a community outreach organization that includes fans, photographers, producers and performers who come together once a month at Elliott Street Deli and pub to talk,
Whether you’ve been naughty or nice this year, the ESO crew has the gift for you! Mike, Mike, Kevin Eldridge, and Mary Ogle present some ideas for the geek in your life, or some items to register on your own holiday list. And Kevin finds something worse than coal in