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Salamander MAroon on the Clockwork Set

Sal With Strangefates on The Clockwork Set

Salamander maroon at Ratepoint

Salamander Performing Standup Comedy in Secondlife

 

Sal Leaping

Leaping Sal

 

Salamander Maroon

Sal in Japanese mode at the Surf Shack

Salamander Maroon

Salamander Maroon joined Strangefates as a virtual guitarist in December 2006. She and Didier Soyuz had entered the virtual world Secondlife as newbies at the same time, and became close friends as they explored numerous clubs searching for the Nirvana of parties and clubs.

Sal had an addiction for shopping, and soon become notorious for fabulous outfits. Her sharp wit is well known: Sal has performed live as a stand-up comedienne in Secondlife.

Salamader maroon and Strangefates

Classic Salamander Maroon Leap with Strangefates

Sal's SL career proves to be ecclectic, having been a journalist, comedienne, red-haired model pin-up, clothes designer, virtual land owner and continuing her rock-chick role in Strangefates.

Within Strangefates, Sal has developed her death defying stage leaps and dives into a critically acclaimed trade-mark part of the act.

Sal At A Didier Soyuz Concert

 

Salamander sporting self-designed Strangefates Black Sun t-shirt

Sal has recently relaunched her stand up comedy act to critical acclaim. Her bio is as follows:

Salamander Maroon: Comedian

Possibly Second Life’s top red-haired female comedian, from Northern England, named after an amphibian.

What would happen if your mum came to visit you in Second Life?
How does SL pregnancy work?
What happens when your partner becomes too involved in role playing games?

Salamander and Strangefates

Salamander Maroon leaping above Cat Gisel's Drumkit

These and many more questions are asked by Sal in her routine, and answered hilariously with her acid tongue and sardonic turn of phrase.

Resembling a kind of flame-haired, foul-mouthed, postmodern Doris Day, Sal cut her comedy teeth with a stand-up competition at the now defunct Ecstasy Mall a while ago. After impressing the audience enough to win, she vowed to return. And several months later she did, performing short comedy sets with the brilliant travelling revue troupe The Show Must Go On.

Since then she has spread her wings, and now performs full length solo sets of up to an hour in voice, on stream or even in text.

Please drop her an IM if you are interested in booking her to play your club, or if you just want to know more about her.

Find out more on www.myspace.salamander_life
and join her SL group, Salamander’s Giggle Brigade, to be kept up to date of her future shows.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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