Le Pustra's Kabarett der Namenlosen (or Cabaret of the Nameless) is a contemporary reimagining of Weimar era Cabaret Culture and Nightlife in Berlin between 1919 and 1933. On the 24th of September 2011 the trial show made its stage debut at Die Freche Muse, at the Old Cholmeley Boys Club in Dalston, London. The original cabaret, also entitled Kabarett der Namenlosen was a notorious but popular late-night dive in Weimar-era Berlin from 1926 till 1932 created by Erich Lowinsky - also known by his stage name "Elow". The cabaret was originally performed on Monday evenings at the Monbijou Cabaret (formally known as Die Weiße Maus) located at Jägerstraße 18 in Mitte. In 2016 the project was restaged and developed at the historic Ballhaus Berlin with Else Edelstahl (Bohème Sauvage) as co-producer.
In 2020 Le Pustra made his TV debut as Edwina Morell, the mysterious owner /Souteneur of the Luxor nightclub in the award-winning German crime drama Babylon Berlin (Season 3).
Le Pustra co-authored a chapter with Dr. Anna-Sophie Jürgens for the book Circus and the Avant-Gardes: History, Imaginary, Innovation published by Routledge. The chapter, entitled Glam Clowning: From Dada to Gaga – A Conversation with Le Pustra explores the origin and reinterpretation of the Dada inspired vinyl suit made famous by German countertenor and New Wave artist, Klaus Nomi.