May 26th at 4:30pm The Hotel Peter and Paul 2317 Burgundy St $10 Advance Online // $15 Door
If you haven’t seen me mysteriously posting examples of Caftan Fashions on my instagram have a gander. It’s also the last event I’m doing before I ship out for the entire Summer and it promises to be a GOLDEN afternoon. Advance Tickets Online at a Huge Discount
How it works :: You wear a Caftan (great news!! – they can be a trailer park muumuu or a billowy fashion spectacle – I foresee people wearing bedsheets and curtains and I also foresee people dripping in Jewels and Fine Silk.
There will be a Red Carpet Photo Opportunity, A High Velocity Fan Photo Booth and DIY Runway for you to twirl and shine for the Gods, the People, and the Camera
Poetry & Lyric from Isaac Lauritsen and Co Zachary Mohr (Desdemona’s Dreams) LIVE PERFORMANCES by Tsarina Hellfire Stanley Roy TITIBABY (for Elektra Cosmetics) and Chicago based Performance Artist JYLDO
Do you ever get so very lonely all alone by yourself but the thought of having other people around also sounds gut-wrenchingly terrible?
Do you feel guilty about not feeling guilty about ghosting the party after one quick trip to the snack buffet?
Well this entertainment was designed with you in mind! The world and all it’s charms could never hold a candle to the quiet safety of your very own fortress of solitude but Horsefeathers is sure to provide the next best thing.
An evening of self-respecting performances with consent and good boundaries awaits you – with storytelling and comedy by yours truly, you’ll be sure to find at least some of the show relatable!
Whoever you are – no matter how lonely nothing is more satisfying than watching a person light themselves on fire.
and if not – there’s LIVE MUSIC, FIRE, BURLESQUE, and DRAG
Rolled in all the trappings of old Hollywood glamour, Selma Bawdy is a triple threat: a chanteuse, a classically trained dancer, and full of enough outrageous stories that she may as well be an actress. All the shapeshifting of Selma Bawdy, brought to you in part by Bobby Barnaby, the man tightening up the corset strings, represents classic female impersonation at its finest.
36-24-36 The numbers don’t lie, and as always, standard rates apply.
Leader and creator of the Phishnets, San Francisco’s all drag chorus line