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|About||From whimsical Celtic inspired pieces to steam powered industrial and Vaudeville, the Steampunk Vagabonds fuse world dance with old world styling.|
The Steampunk Vagabonds grew from a desire by the director of Astarte Studio to push the creative boundaries of belly dance and world fusion.
Our story began with an exploration of vintage belly dance and burlesque, which led us to a fascination with the stages of Vaudeville. We wanted to create performances outside the safe box of our classical belly dance technique, and began to create choreographies fusing burlesque, circus, and a splash of carnival.
We took a series of lessons in basic hoop technique with Donna Dee, integrating hoop tricks into our dance performances, as well as workshops in poi technique with Debra Napier.
The steampunk genre lent itself beautifully to the worlds of fusion and fantasy we were eager to explore, providing an ever revolving and evolving platform for the exploration of different props, fantastic costuming, and a whole new genre of music.
We perform as both a professional and community troupe, with our members interchanging depending on the performances and events.
Roustabout - Hoop choreography
The Beat - Hoop choreography by Kylie Morrison & Jasmine Langton
Poison Drop - Hoop Choreography
Steampunk Revolution (instrumental) - Poi
Wicked Fascinations - Parasol
Steam Powered Samurai - Double Sword
The Undead Approach - Double Sword
The Goblin Kings Ball
Tower of Babel - Double Sword
Dance off in the Dust - Wild West set
Faerie Rings - Celtic Fusion