Le Pustra is a dazzling art figure, actor and singer with a background in Theatre and Fine Art. His theatrical vision evokes a decadent dreamlike world of melancholia and sepia-tinted vignettes; inspiring other artists and bohemians alike. He is also the art director and creator of Berlin's celebrated cult and all-time sold-out Weimar Republic inspired show: Le Pustra's Kabarett der Namenlosen and in 2020 Le Pustra guest stars in the award-winning tv series: Babylon Berlin (Season 3 Episode 8).
Other television appearances include: Deutsche Welle, Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown (Season 11 Episode 6) which aired on CNN and in October 2017, Le Pustra and the cast of Kabarett der Namenlosen performed "Das Lila Lied" for the BBC Four series Tunes for Tyrants: Music and Power with Suzy Klein (Season 1 Episode 1).
Le Pustra has appeared in countless events across the Globe from the USA to Europe to Australia. His stylish image has been documented in prestigious publications such as Vogue and Harper's Bazaar and numerous photo art books and paintings.
Le Pustra is a member of British Equity.
“Wild and Provocative” –
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
Else Edelstahl is the Grande Dame of the famous 'Bohème Sauvage' and with her 1920s expertise, a highly in demand events manager. She is also the co-producer of the 'Berlin Burlesque Festival' and the 'Hamburg Burlesque Festival'.
Nina has worked on numerous editorials for publications such as Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, L’Officiel and celebrity clients include Ute Lemper, Pamela Anderson and Lady Gaga. Nina's Hair Parlour was the first vintage hair salon to open in 2005 in London and featured in Vogue, Tatler, The Guardian and BBC.
Astrid has a background in Opera and Theatre make-up and currently works on the Netflix series "Dark".
Bryan is a Berlin based designer, technologist, and drag queen. His theatrical designs have been showcased internationally; Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Scotland, Great Britain and the United States. Bryan is a graduate of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, having focused in performance design and production.
Ballhaus Berlin is the unique "mise-en-scène" for the smoky decadent
world of Kabarett der Namenlosen with its charming interior and original 1930s Bakelite table telephones . The Ballhaus Berlin was built in 1905 (thus making it Berlins oldest surving Ballrooms) and is one of Berlin's most beloved venues for Variety, Cabaret and Live Music. Kabarett premiered in March 2016 at the Ballhaus.