Silver Kitsune: The Silver Fox of the South

Silver Kitsune: The Silver Fox of the South

An internationally published burlesque performer with a wide range of acts, Silver has been performing since 2010 on a variety of stages throughout the United States.

Spotted running wild in the mountains of North Carolina, this clever vixen was soon lured onto the stage with shiny objects and crunchy treats. They dived into burlesque in the same fashion that explorers have tackled uncharted wildernesses for millennia: because it looked like a hellova good time.

With a wildly creative mind, a rear of nigh callipygian perfection and an inability to recognize the phrase “can’t”, Silver has been taking leaps of artistic faith in their acts since they first set rhinestoned heels to stage.

Taking their name from the Japanese word for ‘fox’, Ms. Kitsune is an innovative performer who depends on their own mixed bag of dynamic artistic experience to bring about imaginative, ecdysiastic acts. 

As graceful as their name, Silver spends their time off-stage battling the forces of boredom, refining their performances and nerding out over multiple fandoms.

Silver is a cofounder of The Bifrost Arts Collective and a founding member of The Flamingo Revue in Charlotte, NC. Based out of their home in Alabama, Silver Kitsune also travels for performances up and down the East Coast.

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Silver’s office hours are Monday-Saturday, 9am-9pm. Silver Kitsune, LLC/ Foxy Fancies is closed on Monday.

Supported Charities

Silver Kitsune believes that all performance art is inherently political, especially for a performer that prides themself on their dedication to empowerment and betterment. To that end they support the following well-researched and vetted charitable organizations:

American Civil Liberties Union

amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Disabled American Veterans

First Nations Development Institute

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

The Nature Conservancy

The Trevor Project

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