In the Press...

Print Interview in Smear Magazine - February 2016

Print Article in the Austin Chronicle - July 2013

Print Interview in Austin Post - November 2012

Review of "Technicolor Tease" in Lingerie Unlaced - July 2012

Review of "A Jigglewatt Jubilee" in Theatre Night with Dr. Dave - February 2012

Print Interview in Pin Curl Magazine - June 2011

Print Interview in Rockabilly Online - August, 2010

Print Interview in The Austin Chronicle - July, 2010

Print Interview in The Austin Chronicle - January 2010

Pictorial in Bachelor Pad Magazine - Fall 2009

Print Interview in Pin Curl Magazine - November, 2009

Print Interview in The Daily Shot - July, 2009

Radio Interview for "Off Stage and On the Air", KOOP Radio - May, 2009


"...electrifying..."

Sarah Tressler, San Antonio Express-News

"Her use of shadows and of her accessories is truly an art... a must-see."

Edith Bernier, Mobtréal.com

"Ms. Ruby's routines are a unique display of mature sexuality and innocent beauty."

The Houston Press

"...ravishing..."

San Antonio Current

"...a Burlesque Hall of Fame inductee, Ruby Joule will roule your toule with her kit and caboule! You’ll need a cup to catch the droule!"

Jim Ridley, Nashville Scene

"...damn hot!"

Devin Lawson, Clutter Magazine (New York)

"...a statuesque redhead... a professional actress and gorgeous."

W. R. Maxwell, Metro ANE (Dallas)

"...danced (or should I say stripped) divinely..."

"Eye-popping glamour... not to be missed."

Stephen Moser, Austin Chronicle

"...graceful... elegantly performed... with alluring and captivating energy.  ...a woman to watch keenly... left the engaged admirers howling for more."

Annar Veröld, Red River Noise (Austin)

“A practiced burlesque dancer… performing adroitly to a naughty Eartha Kitt song.”

Michael Barnes, Austin American Statesman

“energetic, dynamic and well-executed dancing… highly entertaining”

Barry Pineo, The Austin Chronicle

"...the poised porcelain princess of tease..."

21st Century Burlesque Magazine (London)

"...a Texas filly that made us hot under the collar... First name Ruby. Like the gem. Last name Joule... as in the unit of energy and heat! And she was living up to her name!"

Bachelor Pad Magazine (Champaign, IL)

"...the real deal. Pro woman burlesque perfection."

Elizabeth Bellanti, Bellanti Branding

"A shining starr of the new burlesque."

Blaze Starr