Nerdy Belly Dance Show

Sinful Sisters Productions presents an evening of Sci-Fi inspired belly dance. Grab your towels, don’t panic, and enjoy the ride. If you want to know what we will be doing: Belly dancing as different characters from sci-fi tv, movies, and (maybe) games. Our emcee will be Author Dent.

Maysun Ryia

Maysun Ryia

Maysun Ryia

Maysun Ryia is a trained performer, who has been studying dance for more than 25 years. Her first love, Belly Dance, sprung from the tutelage of her Grandmother who imparted her knowledge and connected Maysun to her Arabic heritage. Over the years, Maysun has studied various form of Belly Dance and branched out her studies to ballroom dance and most recently, Bachata dance (Latin dance). Though a serious performer, Maysun prides herself on her comedic routines which aim to tell stories and bring her audience loads of laughs.

Savannah Demers

Savanna Demers

Savanna Demers

With 25 years of multidisciplinary performance art under her belt, Savannah is a powerhouse entertainer. Her east-meets-west dance technique has seen her perform at events across the northwest.

Deidra

Diedre

Diedre

Deidra is a local fusion dancer with a penchant for the dark, the geeky, and the strange. You can find her dancing solo or as part of her troupe, Umami.

David Demers

David Demers

David Demers

David Demers is a long time ally of the northwest performing community, doing turns as Emcee is his favorite way to lend a hand! His past roster includes Hatter and McQueen’s Salon of the Strange in Spokane, WA, and Rat City radio in Good old Seattle.

Tiphany Starr

Tiphany Starr

Tiphany Starr

Tiphany Starr is “Seattle’s Mistress of Sparkle and Doom”. She loves modern American cabaret, Raqs Sharqi, and Tribal styles of belly dance. Tiphany also has a strong theatrical background and is known for creating character pieces. She currently performs as a solo artist and is a producer in the greater Seattle area as part of Sinful Sisters Productions. She believes that belly dance is for every belly and produces shows that feature many body types as well as strong LGBTQ representation.