As a group and as individuals, the Scandelles have been featured on the cover of eye Weekly, the Montreal Mirror, Xtra, Fab, and in newspapers like the Toronto Star, the Globe and Mail, and the Sun. Sasha has appeared in features both in Fashion and Flare magazines, as well as the Globe and Mail and the National Post in the style sections. She has been interviewed on Playboy Radio, Much Music, and on many local radio and television shows, as well as putting on a now legendary performance with Canadian comedian Rick Mercer for the CBC's 50th anniversary special.
The Scandelles shows at Lee's Palace are consistently and diversely crammed to the rafters, and New Years at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre in 2002 had them hosting over 800 people. 2003 included performances at the Toronto Film Festival, the Northbound Leather party, an appearance on the Toronto Show, as well as a very well received workshop of their musical, Neon Nightz.
2004 has been very promising for the Scandelles: Neon Nightz, their “nude, lewd, rock ’n’ roll musical” was remounted in late January and again in early April to great enthusiasm. They plan on pursuing it quarterly, along with their more traditional cabaret shows, which continue to challenge the boundaries of the neo-burlesque movement. They performed at the prestigious Snowball, a Casey House benefit, another tour to Montreal is planned, and their Pride show, a tribute to Free To Be…You And Me—Free To Be…The Scandelles—was a sold out hit. Because of their concurrent commitment to beauty and talent in diversity, they were also asked to represent and celebrate the 20th anniversary of MAC make-up in a recent spread in Flare magazine. They are truly Toronto's most celebrated and original cabaret!

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