Honey Sabina has been a professional entertainer for over 20 years. She's an award winning Burlesque performer and internationally published model.
She began her dance training in 2000 as a Polynesian dancer, in Mexico City, which lead her to participate in the biggest Hula competition in the world, The Merrie Monarch Festival in Hilo, Hawai'i.
Her career in Burlesque began in 2012 when she joined the longest running Neo Burlesque troupe in Texas, The Lollie Bombs. She quickly became an in demand dancer, and joined several troupes in Dallas including; The Viva Dallas Burlesque Showgirls, Sirens of the Underground, and Show Pony Revue.
Honey is currently a member of The Bad Girls Club, a Dallas charity group composed of Burlesque performers who donate their time & resources to help organizations and people in need within the Dallas community.
She recently founded "Mazmorra Productions" with co-producer Miss Malicious, a production house providing a platform for performers of color.
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"Texas-based Chicana performer Honey Sabina has been a professional entertainer for more than 20 years. She started training in Polynesian dance in Mexico City, following in the footsteps of Mexican vedettes like Lyn May and Tongolele, in the year 2000. As a performer, she often merges Tahitian dance into her burlesque routines. She also adds a modern twist to her mid-20th century vedette aesthetic. “She’s heavily tattooed, which I think is interesting because we don’t tend to see that. It’s refreshing. You see her and say, ‘she’s a 21st century showgirl,’” Rico says."
-Raquel Reichard Remezcla Magazine