Mygeekglory is a troupe run by geeks and nerds for geeks and nerds. Strong with us the force is.

We celebrate the beauty and diversity of geeks and their community.

Our live show takes all your love of burlesque and fuses it with nerdy fan service and naughty notions of your favorite characters in NERDLESQUE. Grab your pasties and suit up superheroes for all the humor of vaudeville and all the sensational body positivity you've come to know from the MyGeekGlory brand.

You've seen them tease and tantalize you through photos but imagine the excitement when our Geeky Deities perform live. They will descend from Mount Olympus and may lose some clothing along the way. You have heard of the siren song, but wait until you see them move! Join us and be ready to kneel!

What to Expect: Teaser Video​
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Convention Booths/Fan Tables: While everyone at MyGeekGlory is comfortable with nudity we know that it’s not everyone’s cup of tea. We are committed to remaining professional and appropriate to the location we are attending. While we do sell nude prints they are NEVER publicly displayed. We always make sure the potentially offensive bits are covered. Uncensored images can be viewed (after we check ID) in either a discrete portfolio or a section of our booth that is curtained off from the general public (space permitting).

Convention Activities: Looking for a little extra spice at your convention? We can also work with you on events and panels. See the list below to find out what we may be able to to do for your convention:

Party Support:
Need some help to make your party pop? We can help. Whether your need is simple or more complex we are here to help. From Go-Go Dancers to EmCee Services and Entertainment. We can even help you plan the perfect Nerdy Rave/Party.
Nerds Talking to Nerds: A How to on Navigating Dating Culture in Fandom These days convention and geek events are becoming more and more diverse. MyGeekGlory will share what to do and what not to do when attempting first contact with other geeks. They will share what they find personally attractive as well as generalizations that may be false (or true) when trying to approach other nerds.
Putting It on to Take it Off (Cosplaying for Burlesque): Making elaborate, accurate, labor intensive costumes, wigs and props is hard enough on its own; making them with the plan to take them off isn’t any easier. Our performers discuss the trials and tribulations of planning and creating costumes that meet their own personal standards of creativity on the convention floor, the stage and in front of the camera lens.
Cosplay Modeling in the Age of Consent: The Deities of MyGeekGlory breakdown taboos and explain why nudity doesn’t necessarily mean you are naughty (except when you want to be). Find out how nudity and the art of the lewd and nude can empower and what it can offer besides a paycheck. We will lay to rest many of the misconceptions about those who embrace their sexuality as both a way of life, a career path and for good old fashioned FUN. (Recommended for Adult Audiences)
Anything You’ve Wanted to Ask an Adult Cosplay Model: More than just sex ed for the nerd and geek this panel is an interactive opportunity to ask all those questions you’ve been too afraid to voice before now. The Geek Goddesses and Gods don’t blush easily and we invite you to swallow your fear and ask away. Questions aren’t limited to sex but will probably go there. You’ve been warned.
(Recommended for Adult Audiences)
Diversity/Inclusion in Cosplay: How to Be Better (No Toxicity in my Fandom Please)

Now more than ever it’s time to combat toxicity and exclusion and ensure our nerdy spaces are truly safe spaces! This panel will discuss inclusion, diversity, and growth. The panel is reflective of the bodies that sit on it. The goal is to educate and openly discuss topics that can be uncomfortable but are necessary. We appreciate the unique perspectives of each panelist but we also want to hear about your experiences. This panel is set up in two parts. The first will include introduction/education and the second half will include Q and A ‘problem solving’ as we work together to discuss how we can truly bring the principles of diversity to the forefront with our actions and not just our words.

Trigger Warning: As this is an open forum, your fellow nerds on the panel will be speaking openly to and with you, please respect one another during this panel. Anyone displaying toxicity and disrespect will be asked to leave.

Are you a Performer? If you are an established Burlesque/Nerdlesque performer and you are wondering what all the MyGG hype is about please take a look at our FAQs.