May 20 | York Theatre

The 2nd Annual Show Your Teeth

May 20
York Theatre

Last year’s inaugural Show Your Teeth was such a success, we just had to go another round!

Back for the second year in a row, Twisted Tassels has rounded up an astounding array of talent from near and far to create a night filled with revelry, joy, and all things outrageous. Join us as we celebrate the endlessly creative and diverse performance arts that burlesque and drag can be!

*** Headliner Johnny Nuriel, “The Appeal of the Surreal,” an internationally acclaimed, powerfully androgynous, versatile performer, and two-time winner of “Mr Nude Portland”

Carmen Caliente (Seattle)
EmpeROAR Fabulous (Seattle)
Rye (Vancouver Island)
Honey Lustre
Mx Bukuru
Scarlet Delirium
All The Way Mae

Hosted by Sparkle Plenty

Showtimes & Dates

May 20, 8PM


Ticket Prices

Early Bird (until April 1st): $35
Late Bird: $45
VIP: $50

Reserved seating.
19+ Audience. No latecomers

Show Info

All proceeds from this year’s raffle will be donated to Rainbow Refugee.

insta: @rainbowrefugeecanada
FB & Twitter: @rainbowrefugee
General Inquiries: [email protected]

Rainbow Refugee provides programming, services, direct aid, system navigation, sponsorship, settlement supports, and community to LGBTQI+ individuals who have suffered persecution based on sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, sex characteristics and/or HIV status. We run drop ins, workshops, relationship / community / building, advocate and amplify the voices/leadership of those with lived experience.

*** Venue accessibility information can be found here:

We are currently working on providing ASL interpretation services upon request. Please contact us at [email protected] for more information

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that this event takes place on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples–Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations. We also acknowledge the incredible resilience of Indigenous peoples in the face of centuries of trauma caused by colonization, genocide, and ongoing racism. We encourage our audience members to commit to decolonization practices. Find out more about decolonization and why is it essential as we work towards reconciliation here:

Venue Location

York Theatre
639 Commercial Drive

Box office info

1895 Venables St.
[email protected]

Mon to Fri: 12–6PM, Sat 12-4
and 1 hour prior to all performances