Miss Catwings is a seasoned performer, instructor, producer, & emcee/Host, based in Honolulu, Hawaii.


Photo by Tom Quach - NextDoor, Honolulu, HI

Photo by Tom Quach - Next Door, Honolulu, HI

Photo by Jack Grace - Casanova Restaurant, Makawao, Maui, HI

"The Shimmy & Shake From The Aloha State"


"The Shimmy & Shake From The Aloha State" Since 2006, Miss Catwings has been performing her sultry and seductive or comical and kitsch show-stopping burlesque performances to audiences all across Hawaii Nei, and coast to coast across the USA! She has performed at the Hawaii Burlesque Festival (Honolulu, HI: 2012 & 2013) The Asian Burlesque Festival (New York, NY: 2013) and at The Show-Me Burlesque Festival (St. Louis, MO: 2018). You can regularly catch her on Honolulu stages at Next Door, Hula's Bar & Lei Stand and more. With a walk you can recognize from a mile away, you'll regret missing the chance to watch this feisty feline bump and grind her way into your mind. Whether she's dressed in a gold cheongsam, a PVC kimono, a larger-than-life Tiki Mug, a plush Octopussy outfit or draped in nothing more than sequins, silk and sass, Miss Catwings is always sure to please with the sensual Art of Tease!

A fixture in the Honolulu Arts community for over a decade, Miss Catwings is currently available as a traveling solo burlesque artist, instructor, emcee/host, and is an events producer, based in Honolulu, Hawaii. Miss Catwings is also a model, bed of nails performer, and part-time mermaid. She is currently on a hiatus from producing events, but has co-produced Burlesque Battle of The Islands (2015) and The Grand Aloha Tease (2015) under her business (the808wonderland) with co-promoter Lola Love (Pretty Peacock Productions).  She also co-wrote and directed a film noir comedic play called: A Slice of Danger (2015), with the help of On The Spot Hawaii Artistic Director, Garrick Paikai and has helped produce a number of other music, arts and burlesque events over the last fifteen years.

Although she is of Japanese/Okinawan ancestry, this local girl embraces her “mixed plate” heritage of growing up on Oahu (also known as “The Gathering Place”) surrounded by rich cultures from all around the world and considers herself “Lucky To Live Hawaii!”


Photo by Katja Heinemann - Le Poisson Rouge, New York, NY

Photo by Casey Campbell - Star Theatre, Portland, OR

Photo by David Kupferberg - Iao Theatre, Wailuku, Maui, HI