Miss Kitty's Meow is Hobart's Leading Burlesque and Cabaret Troupe.
The girls are at the forefront of the burlesque revival in Tasmania and have produced and performed at sell out events across the State.
Miss Kitty's Meow have commanded attention from Tasmanian and interstate audiences since their debut in 2007. The girls have been featured in Tasmanian press from established papers, The Mercury and the Examiner through to street press like Warp and Sauce Magazines. The girls (particularly performer Grace Cherry) were also featured in Tasmania's premiere lifestyle magazine, Tasmanian Style. The trio have also been featured in national press, including The Australian.
Not content with taking Tasmania by storm, Miss Kitty's Meow have performed with acclaim across the Strait. They have taken shows to the Adelaide Fringe Festival and back, the first time a Tasmanian burlesque production has been presented interstate. The girls recieved excellent reviews for their production and have their sights set on showcasing their events at a number of the 2013 Fringe Festivals and arts events. The trio were also nominated in the 2012 "Busties" (Australian Burlesque Community Awards) for Best Troupe.
With routines combining comedy, dance with sex appeal, tease and a truckload of rhinestones, Miss Kitty's Meow have long been the leaders in the Tasmanian burlesque revival.
The girls are proud to see Tasmanian burlesque flourish from an otherwise forgotten state in the neo-burlesque revival, to a hub of amazing burlesque performers and a collaborative burlesque community.