Dancer. Producer. Wielder of Weapons. Cecilia Qu’in (aka: Qu’in de la Noche) is a BIPOC multidisciplinary artist who’s captivated audiences for almost 25 years.
Raised to be a missionary for an infamous cult, Qu’in found her peace thanks to books, music, martial arts, and dance. Forever passionate about the work goes into live performance and event production, she escaped at the age of 20 and left the old life behind to pursue her lifelong love of theatre & film.
Known for their superhuman presence of self, and for the role they played in the first all-American cast of The Empire Strips Back, Qu’in moved to San Francisco in 2022 to explore the many delicious opportunities available to a BIPOC-Latinx powerhouse like herself, while vehemently advocating for cultural reclamation, recovery, and mental health awareness in her everyday life.
Throughout her career, Qu’in has been recognized for wide range of talents; often running/hosting events as often as she performs burlesque. While not interested in launching a show of their own just yet, Qu’in de la Noche is often referred by local producers as one of the “rising stars” of San Francisco, and has been seeing performing for a wide variety of venues and international festivals, including Saint Joseph Arts Society, the historic Great Star Theater, Outside Lands, and Coachella. She has also been featured in several publications, including Boudoir Inspiration, SF Gate, Dominante, Marika, Redline, Vigour, and Splash Magazine.
Qu’in de la Noche is an unapologetically fierce entertainer and hopes to continue partnering with exceptional humans who adore radical self-expression, healthy living, and sex-positive entertainment as much as she does.✨ When she isn’t busy calling the shots as Stage Manager and Co-Producer for MC Kingfish’s Hubba Hubba Revue, you can find Cecilia living life as a free woman.
Living, learning, and loving
with every breath she dares to take.