Powerhouse Collective
Intrepid Presents
  • Dates: Nov 24, 2023
  • Location: Metro Studio Theatre
  • Created: Powerhouse Collective
  • Performed: Various Performers
  • Advance price: General tickets $25, BIPOC Sliding Scale $5, $10, $20
  • Duration: 75 mins
  • Rating: Ages 19+
  • Genre: Drag, Burlesque


07:30 pm


Powerhouse Co. in collaboration with Intrepid Theatre present Fusion, a POC variety show highlighting local talents across the board from drag to comedy and burlesque to music. Produced by members of the Powerhouse Collective, Victoria’s newest POC arts collective, this show is sure to surprise, provoke, entice, and move you. Filling the stage with rich and colourful magic, Fusion will not only be a riveting show, but a joyous celebration. Hosted by Peaches and Screams.

The line-up

Axel Angelo
Bad Shah
Hoelune & Amy Vessey
Jessamine & Zuber
Riel Deadly
Robyn Hart
Scarlet Chen
Serra Moanie
Sovereign Ace
Sylvester Stalletto


Sensory warnings: Haze. Further sensory warnings TBA

Content warnings: Partial nudity – burlesque. Further warnings TBA

Please indicate any accessibility needs, including wheelchair accessible seating or if you require seating with no stairs, in the provided field. We will do our best to assign seating that works for you and get in touch if we have any questions. A Visual Guide for The Metro Studio has been created, and is current as of August 2023. View it here.

Arrival at the venue: The doors will open  30 minutes ahead of showtime.  Masks are strongly encouraged inside the theatre.

Refunds: If you are not feeling well or have any symptoms, please stay home to help keep everyone safe. We are able to discuss refunds on a case by case basis due to health reasons before the performance. Please contact tickets@intrepidtheatre.com. We are unable to arrange refunds after a performance has occurred.


07:30 pm



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