Drag Us Back To School SF Rock Project Fundraiser Show!
SAN FRANCISCO ROCK PROJECT PRESENTS:
- DRAG US BACK TO SCHOOL -
An SFRP Fundraiser with:
* Cruzin D'loo
With a pedigree from weekly performances at the late, iconic Esta Noche, her trajectory has gone on to include art curation, stand-up, television, modeling, and maybe a quinceañera or two, in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and México. Currently she is a regular performer in the nationally acclaimed "Drag Queen Story Hour" as well as an educator in residence at the Children's After School Arts (CASA) program in the San Francisco Unified School District
recently profiled on KQED Arts and National Public Radio.
* Donna Personna: Donna Personna is a drag performer, a San Francisco LGBTQ activist, fine arts photographer and most recently playwright, having co-written The Compton's Cafeteria Riot.
* Shane: Shane has been living in San Francisco for 4 years now. Since moving out of Florida to attend Oaksterdam University, drag in the Bay area has become their art-therapy. For Shane, the performer community invites authenticity to shine way beyond the stage. They feel lucky to be a part of the community to showcase fun and genuine expression.
* Boy Young
Horchata LaShyGirl, Tamale Ringwald and
Cholula Caliente three locas from the silicone
soaked streets of San Francisco! Together we
are Muñecas, a QUEER LATINX PUNK band
that has been playing the SF scene for five years. Our sound
is one part riotgrrrl punk, one part crispy dark
wave, and two parts chingona-puta power
anthems to make your primas say pow! The
coolest thing weve ever done is play to a middle
school during their gay pride celebration because
showing young people that you can be brown and
queer and weird is an opportunity everyone
should take. Most of the time we play in drag,
and/or some kind of costume because rock n roll
is too fucking cool to do in a Patagonia sweater.
* Ethen Mermen Experience
* Bitch Please
Bitch Please was formed during the last gay gasps of OG Queer SF before the tech belch blew up around them. Hellbent on reminding the public what rock and roll is all about in our Post Truth era, this power couple combines the trashy swagger of BRETCHEN TOWERS with the snarling riffs of JACOB VAN HALEN to bring what can only be described as a joyful spectacle to a stage near you. Get your wig cinched on tight, the pit is calling your name.
Tenderloin Museum (View)
398 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
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