Pastel Supernova: A Professional Burlesque Dancer

Professionally trained in classical ballet Pastel Supernova began choreographing first as a contemporary dancer and then went on to tour internationally for some of the world’s top pop artists, most notably Nelly Furtado. Although she loved the rock n' roll lifestyle of globe trotting and performing on stadiums for thousands of people, she left it to fulfill her need to share her own artistic visions and work freely in an uncensored environment. In 2012 after falling deeply in love with burlesque she founded her own showgirl ensemble, Love Letters Cabaret and has since been producing full length multidisciplinary revues heavily influenced by pop culture & Supernova's own fiery temperament. The company's blend of powerhouse performers and seductive choreography celebrating primal needs earned it the reputation of being “Toronto’s most sexually charged dance theatre company.”

Pastel's passion for burlesque streamed off stage and into the studios where she developed a style of instructing focused on developing confidence and grace. Her classes range from the art of seduction to no-nonsense fitness and conditioning workouts. Her motto "Say Yes" is the foundation for building the kind of self love and boldness applicable to life and showbiz alike. She recently partnered up with burlesque wife, Rosie Mae to open the Burlesque Uni in Toronto; a studio exclusively teaching their custom Showgirl program for performers of all levels.

Supernova has been dubbed one of Canada’s most influential women. In 2015 she was titled Top Burlesque Performer by the Alternative People's Choice Awards and later performed at the Burlesque Hall of Fame in Las Vegas. She was titled with Best Stage Presence in Italy's Como Burlesque Festival and has had the honour of sharing the stage with Dita Von Teese. In film & television she has many credits, including Becoming Burlesque (coming soon to American theatres) where Supernova choreographed all of the dance scenes and on camera played Catcha Fox, the head of a notorious burlesque company.

Pastel Supernova: A Professional Burlesque Dancer

Professionally trained in classical ballet Pastel Supernova began choreographing first as a contemporary dancer and then went on to tour internationally for some of the world’s top pop artists, most notably Nelly Furtado. Although she loved the rock n' roll lifestyle of globe trotting and performing on stadiums for thousands of people, she left it to fulfill her need to share her own artistic visions and work freely in an uncensored environment. In 2012 after falling deeply in love with burlesque she founded her own showgirl ensemble, Love Letters Cabaret and has since been producing full length multidisciplinary revues heavily influenced by pop culture & Supernova's own fiery temperament. The company's blend of powerhouse performers and seductive choreography celebrating primal needs earned it the reputation of being “Toronto’s most sexually charged dance theatre company.”

Pastel's passion for burlesque streamed off stage and into the studios where she developed a style of instructing focused on developing confidence and grace. Her classes range from the art of seduction to no-nonsense fitness and conditioning workouts. Her motto "Say Yes" is the foundation for building the kind of self love and boldness applicable to life and showbiz alike. She recently partnered up with burlesque wife, Rosie Mae to open the Burlesque Uni in Toronto; a studio exclusively teaching their custom Showgirl program for performers of all levels.

Supernova has been dubbed one of Canada’s most influential women. In 2015 she was titled Top Burlesque Performer by the Alternative People's Choice Awards and later performed at the Burlesque Hall of Fame in Las Vegas. She was titled with Best Stage Presence in Italy's Como Burlesque Festival and has had the honour of sharing the stage with Dita Von Teese. In film & television she has many credits, including Becoming Burlesque (coming soon to American theatres) where Supernova choreographed all of the dance scenes and on camera played Catcha Fox, the head of a notorious burlesque company.