Prix de Beauté is a burlesque performer and producer in Los Angeles, CA. She performs solo or in groups and specializes in dances of the Jazz Age, but also has various numbers inspired by different themes.
Prix produces the 1920s Vaudeville review The Petting Pantry : Roaring ’20s Burlesque, Tin Pan Alley Tunes, Vaudevillian Sideshows and Silent “Flickers”!
You can see Prix play Tin Pan Alley tunes on her ukulele in her band: Two-Bit Opera.
You can also catch Prix’s alter-ego: the gold digging magician’s assistant, the Capable Miss Puddles, in the Vaudeville act: The Amazingly Odious Ari and the Capable Miss Puddles.
Prix loves to perform at private and public events and parties! Book her solo, or contact her to bring an entourage of beautiful showgirls to liven up your speakeasy-party!
Prix is also an experienced producer at nightclubs and for special events; contact her if you need a little “bootleg liquor kick” to your venue!
Last but not least, Prix is an experienced Artist’s Model of 5 years. Please feel free to contact her for bookings for your art workshops and classes.
Prix takes her name from the 1930 French film, Prix de Beauté, starring silent film cult star, Louise Brooks, known for her famous black bob hairstyle. It’s a beautiful film; see why Prix is inspired by the story, and it’s gorgeous heroine!
Born in Paris, France in ‘aught seven, this fiery flapper started her career dancing on cobblestone streets to the tune of an organ grinder with her pet monkey. Soon she found herself in Vaudeville shows, tap dancing on a diving board before she leapt 40 feet into a glass of water! This high diving mistress broke all the port sailors hearts, and continued to do so with millionaires and sheiks alike, after her grand debut in the Folies Bergère (much to the dismay and clucking tongues of the upper crust ladies). With her rosy cheeks, red hot lips, and million dollars worth of flying hips, please welcome this prize of beauty: Prix de Beauté!