Kaleb Robertson is a dynamic performer who moved to Toronto from the West Coast. He has graced many stages around Toronto with burlesque, drag, dance, performance art and what some may call “acting”. He was able to reach a bigger audience and expand his experience as a member of the successful neo-burlesque theatrical group The Scandelles.

Kaleb started producing his own shows in order to give a platform for other performers to reach new audiences. These include numerous successful “Granny Boots” shows at the Gladstone Hotel, a multi-media arts festival called “Half-Cocked: Gender Arts Festival”, several “Rock Your Tits Off” which were fundraisers for transgendered surgeries, “Bosom Buddies: A BFF Cabaret” with Shane MacKinnon, and Chubb Rubb & Plump it Up.

Kaleb is often asked to host shows, either as himself, or as his drag queen character Miss Fluffy Soufflé.  Giving back to the community has been very important to Kaleb and he has done so in many ways. For years he did a workshop on “gender performance/drag” for the Buddies Queer Youth Program, as well as discussions at SOY (Supporting Our Youth) and Queen’s University. He has also performed at many fundraising events including; Inside Out Film Festival, Breast Cancer Awareness, Aids Committee of Toronto, Gallery 44, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, the Artwerk Collective and the MS Bike Rally for Life.

Over the past few years Kaleb has taken his love of music and bringing people together and started “DJing”. Giving loads of respect and admiration to people who have spent years on the art of DJing, Kaleb calls himself more of a song selector & button presser. With an eclectic selection of music he has played weddings, club parties, gallery openings, private parties and more and continues to love it and develop more skills.