With over 10 years of experience, Calamity also produces shows and private events in the NYC area with an impressive client roster including Employees Only, Macao Trading Company, Hotel Chantelle, Nurse Bettie, and more. Her extended clientele list include The Beehive, Boston, NY, First & South in Greenport, NY, and George Martin Strip Steak in Great River, NY.


If you are interested in creating a burlesque event at your venue or party, please get in touch.


"Spanking the Lower East Side" at Nurse Bettie

Every Thursday 10pm

"The 50s-pinup-inspired venue Nurse Bettie (named for Bettie Page, one of the 20th century's premier hotsy-totsies) is a natural setting for burlesque performers. This weekly get-together is produced by Calamity Chang, and usually includes six or seven acts, as well as preshow go-go dancers. Prepare to get up close and personal in the small, intimate bar space." - Time Out NY

The NYC Asian Burlesque Extravaganza

The World's 1st All-Asian Revue was established here in NYC in 2013

Every May 

Calamity co-produces along with Thirsty Girl Productions the world's only all-Asian burlesque revue every May in NYC featuring national and international Asian burlesque performers such as The Shanghai Pearl, Diamondback Annie, Frankie Fictitious, Coco Ono, Orchid Mei, Cherry Typhoon, and more. 2017 will be the 5th year!

"Silky Sundays" at Employees Only

Every Sunday at midnight

Calamity has been working with world-renowned and multiple award winning cocktail bar Employees Only along with the sister restaurant Macao Trading Company for over 8 years as their Burlesque Producer for specialty events and weekly pop-up surprises such as "Silky Sundays". This weekly midnight event has become a beloved tradition among performers and regulars alike. If you stay til closing, you will be treated to chicken soup!

Soiree Noir in Long Island

Soiree Noir is Long Island's glamorous burlesque show taking place at the premiere steak house George Martin Strip Steak in Great River. 

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"Room 69 Burlesque" at Hotel Chantelle

Every Friday 9-11pm

"Burlesque is all about spectacle—but sometimes the most fun is had when that spectacle is delivered in up-close-and-personal, and that’s what Calamity Chang’s Room 69: The Hotel Chantelle Way is all about. Friday, June 22’s edition featured burly-Q contributions from an all-star cast that included Stormy Leather, Dame Cuchifrita, Hazel Honeysuckle, Ruby Valentine, Mr. Gorgeous and Nikki Le Villain; you can catch more stars of the local scene every Friday night." - Time Out NY

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Shanghai Nighttrain at LUMOS BAR

October 2015-May 2017

Calamity collaborated with cocktail mixologist extraordinaire Orson Salicetti in creating a weekly Saturday late night show at Lumos, the only bar in the US that served 'baijiu' cocktails. 

"Drunken Dragon Nights" at Macao Trading Company

May 2010-November 2014

Truly one of the best underground Monday night events taking place in the "opium den" at Macao Trading Company located in TriBeCa. This monthly Monday event included an hour open bar with world-renowed liquor brands and scintillating burlesque shows hosted and performed by Calamity and her best performers.

"Les Fleurs de Shanghai" at Duane Park

February 2012-April 2013 

Calamity joined forces with Dances of Vice's powerhouse creator Shien Lee in creating this unique cabaret show paying homage to the jazz music and romance of Old Shanghai, featuring Chinese music performed by vocalist Shien Lee.

"The romance and decadence of old Shanghai (or, as it was sometimes called, "the Whore of Asia") come to life at eatery-lounge Duane Park. Calamity Chang, along with guest performers Gal Friday and Jo "Boobs" Weldon, provide the burlesque; live music from the ’20s through the ’50s, featuring Shien Lee on vocals serves as the soundtrack. Sad to say, after a year's run, Les Fleurs is leaving its Duane Park port; stay tuned for more news." - Time Out NY

"Spreading the Curtains" at Coco De Mer

December 2010-February 2011

Calamity earned the honor of being the sole burlesque producer/performer to secure a monthly burlesque event at UK's luxury lingerie & erotic toys boutique Coco De Mer's NYC flagship store in NoLiTa.

Beatles Burlesque

April 2010-December 2011

"The Fab Four and burlesque babes—they go together like…well, we're not sure what. But that doesn't stop Calamity Chang and her burly-Q pals from taking to the Public Assembly stage once a month at this salute to the British Invasion icons. Ticket to Ride (featuring guest vocalist Michael Cunio) supplies the appropriate tuneage; Stormy Leather, Charlie Gunn, Tiny D and Chang herself take part in the onstage antics; and Sydney Sunrise and Marinara Stardust provide additional go-go action. Tonight's shindig is Beatles Burlesque's two-year birthday blowout, and it's also the last edition for a while, as Calamity & Co. put the party on hiatus. If you haven't checked the show out yet, don't miss it." – Time Out NY

"Dim Sum Burlesque" at Chow Bar

November 2009-October 2010

Calamity's first production "Dim Sum Burlesque" in the west village restaurant Chow Bar (now defunct) is a prescient show that showed her interest in being playful with her Chinese heritage and culture.

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