Dustin and John Camp
Dustin and John Camp are a powerhouse team based in Knoxville, TN and specializing in production and stage management, event planning, and hospitality. "The Boys" have applied skills honed from years of corporate management and administration to the business of Salomé Cabaret, acting as the troupe's management team. In addition to co-producing and stage managing scores of Salomé Cabaret productions, "The Boys" are also co-founders and co-producers of Bear It All Burlesque, The Smoky Mountain Burlesque Festival, and Knox Fringe along with being producing partners with Siren Santina for the Bijou Theatre.
"The Boys" can be reached via email at
"The Boys" can be reached via email at
The most difficult and thankless job in the SMBF cabinet is that of Passion Pillows. A multi-talented Jill-of-all-trades, Passion uses her varied skill-set and improvisational aptitude to act as an understudy to all of the production team roles. This versatility makes her both an invaluable asset to the festival and a particularly difficult contributor to title. The team determined that "Mistress of Etcetera" most adequately describes her contributions to the project. When not performing at the festival, or playing hostess to headlining performers at GrizzlyPillow manor, Pillow can be found lurking in the shadows resolving issues before they are identified by her teammates and/or festival participants.
Technology Coordinator: Pan d'Orable
A former Apple Genius and common early adopter of all things gadgetry, Pan d'Orable wants to give "IT" to you, and give it to you hard. Pan's Smoky Mountain Burlesque Festival roles include the implementation and maintenance of the event's mobile application (powered by Events XD), operation of the official "Titty Talk" festival phone line, and various other tasks related to tech. When not performing at the festival, or engaging in a sensual encounter, Pan can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vending Coordinator: Kisa von Teasa
An experienced vending coordinator, Kisa von Teasa has previously facilitated commerce for the Americana Burlesque and Sideshow Festival in Asheville, North Carolina and the Southern Fried Burlesque Festival in Atlanta, Georgia. She combines her extensive experience traveling the industry's festival circuit with her lessons learned as the Adminastratrix for Knoxville, Tennessee's Salomé Cabaret, forming the ideal candidate to herd the merch-slinging-cats of the inagural Smoky Mountain Burlesque Festival. When not performing or teaching at the festival, Kisa can be reached via email at email@example.com.
Volunteer Coordinator Emeritus: Rosey Lady
Rosey Lady has been a performing member of Salomé Cabaret Burlesque Revue for over six years. With personal experience in retail management, event coordination, and costume contest organization for various Sci-Fi conventions, Rosey has what it takes to get the volunteer ball rolling. She used her experience as a volunteer for Southern Fried Burlesque Festival, AdventureCon, Marble City Comic Con, Connooga, Frolicon, and Dragoncon as a basis for the volunteer application process and framework that she developed for the Smoky Mountain Burlesque Festival. Rosey Lady handed the volunteer baton over to co-coordinators Anne Atomic and Rhoda Dairyheir in August 2016, to focus on another convention commitment. When you hear someone in Knoxville yell "Go Vols!" you know they appreciate all of Rosey Lady's hard work.
Volunteer Coordinators: Anne Atomic and Rhoda Dairyheir
Joined at the tit, Anne Atomic and Rhoda Dairy could certainly be considered as a burlesque power-couple. Both have been performing in the fringe arts community since 2014 and are "grinduates" of The Salomé Cabaret's Burlesque Academy. In addition to performing, these heart-stopping macabre beauties have quite a bit of production experience under their belts. They are the co-producers of YamaCon's "Freaks and Cheeks Burlesque Revue" in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and leaders of "The Satanic Mechanics", a Rocky Horror Picture Show shadow cast troupe known for their sold-out performances at the historic Tennessee Theatre. When they aren't stripping, sewing, dishing, or designing they can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.