Dr. Lucky is a seasoned performer, producer and educator. She has carved a space for herself with her unique comedic timing and over-the-top theatricality. She has been hailed a "Burlesque Expert" by NY1 and Big Think and a "big, bad, bold drag queen" by Bust magazine. She has been featured on NPR (twice!), NY1, WNYC, Time.com, Metro (Baltimore), AMPM NY, Washington Post, The Toronto Star, and many others. She has headlined and/or hosted at the Burlesque Hall of Fame, The New York Burlesque Festival, Southwest Burlesque Festival, Toronto Burlesque Festival, and the Key West Burlesque Festival. Though a huge fan of hyperbole, the prefix to her name is the one "real" thing about her: she is the world's first practicing burlesque performer with a PhD. She has been teaching Burlesque at New York University since 2005, and has taught at the New York School of Burlesque, Burlesque Hall of Fame, CUNY, MICA, University of Philadelphia, BurlyCon, Movement Research, and a host of others. She has published articles on burlesque in the Journal of American Theatre and Drama, the Journal of Popular Culture, Twenty-First Century Burlesque, and others.