(2014) Irreverently explored the self-destruction and futility that comes with striving toward perfection in a celebratory homage of all things dance. Premiered Sept 18th to a four week run and was extended until October 23rd. Supperclub, San Francisco.
(2013) - An homage to all things Sci-Fi, the show explored coping with the threat of absolute technocracy, surviving back-to-back threats of apocalypse, and finding love in a dystopian future...all while looking fierce. Premiered November 16, 2013 at 180 Eleven and ran consecutive Saturdays until Decemeber 7, 2013.
(2013) - A collaboration with Veteran Artists, applying an original Dragsical storyline and new media formula to the entirety of the Make Drag Not War [1-2-3-4] Series, the show explored American frustration and fatigue with the modern military industrial complex using metaphor, movement and popular culture references. Premiered April 5, 2013 at the de Young Museum. The 20 minute kid-friendly piece, Weapons of Mass Distraction was presented in the stone garden of the de Young and featured simpler themes.
For more information about Veteran Artists, visit veteranartists.org.
(2012) - Hysteria ensues in the lives of the notorious Gothym City villains when they are forced to re-evaluate their goals after their nemisis is disposed of. Premiered June 17 & 20 at the Market and Noe Center as a feature of Faetopia's Theatre Arts Installations.
(2011) Presented by Cocktailgate. Explored the past, present and future life of Oprah Winfrey. Premiered April, 11th 2011 at Rebel.
(2010) - Does to Middle Earth what Wicked did to The Land of Oz, with centralized Gollum struggling with his split personality; dependency issues; and coping with his role in the battle to save the world. Premiered December 11, 2009 at Truck. Encore presentation at Rebel on April 17, 2011.
(2010) - Commissioned by the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence for their annual Sisters in the Park Easter event, this year themed, 'Through The Looking Glass'. A proud Dragsical™ collaboration with the weekly Drag/Arts party SOME THING, every Friday at the Stud. Alice reeks havoc on the quirky characters of Wonderland in this trip down the rabbit hole. The show vilifies the namesake protagonist as she rampages, murders, and molests all the delightfully free an zany characters of Wunderland until they're fed up and then it's "off with her head". Premiered April 4, 2010 and was relocated last minute to The Eureka Valley Recreation Center due to rain.
(2009) - A twisted take on 'Little Red Riding Hood' with a teenage juvenile delinquent faces a pedophile serial killer, and the system, on the way to grandma's house. Premiered October 30, 2009 at the Stud.
(2009) - A girl on the inner circle of the elites of her high school meets a rebel who helps her embrace a macabre way to play social politics. Premiered June 16, 2009 for Pink Slip, at the Stud. Encore Presentation for BULB: nightclub of the performing arts, October 13, 2009, at the Stud.
3 ACTS. Running time 52 minutes.