Friday, October 1, 2010


With a personal life that plays like one hot tell-all (best Folsom EVER!) and getting busy with Annie Sprinkle (yay for weddings!), I am still strutting my stuff on stage several times this month. I hope you can make it out to one or more of these events.
Especially, Naked Girls Reading: Ghost Stories. New promo pictures by Christelle Morgan (who also took my glamorous new headshots!).

Monday, Oct. 4th
Hubba Hubba Revue
The Uptown Club. Telegraph @ 19th. Oakland.
9pm. $5.00
All Details and RSVP:

Thursday, Oct. 14th
Little Minskys Burlesque
Club Deluxe. Haight @ Ashbury, SF.
10pm. $5.00

Friday, Oct. 15th
Sizzle (Breast Cancer benefit)
Femina Potens. Market @ Noe, SF.
More details to come...

Saturday, Oct. 16th
Naked Girls Reading
Center for Sex and Culture. 1519 Mission @ 11th St., SF
8pm. $15.00 general. $20.00 front row.
Advanced Ticket Sales available via PayPal. Stephanie @ LadyMonster . com
Cast: Carol Queen PhD, Dottie Lux, Kimberlee Cline, Lady Monster, Ruby Vixen and SPECIAL GUEST: Cherry Galette
Special Activity: Elissa Fricano, formerly of SF Ghost Society will be telling her own spooky adventures of coming into contact with ghosts. One lucky audience member will receive a free personal reading from her.

And, please check out the Naked Girls Reading Literary Honors Kickstarter Page

Saturday, Oct. 23rd
Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens' Purple Wedding to the Moon
Farnsworth Park, Altadena (Los Angeles), CA
Please be a collaborator or sponsor to this momentous occasion.
I will be one of the performers. I created a special burlesque routine, specifically for this event.
Annie and Beth are honoring the Third Eye Chakra (and all it represents: Wisdom, Intuition, Purple), The Moon and the tides that it aligns in our lover, The Earth. Bring your ecosexy selves to howl under the full moon and show the earth some love.

See Invitation; Artist Statement; Call for Collaborators; and Everything You Need to Know

From their site: "We have asked for "no material gifts" for our past eight weddings (all of which we did in the past five years).
The LA wedding will be our biggest production yet and it will be totally free and open to the public.
This time, we welcome monetary gifts to help us cover some of our production costs. In exchange you get your name in the program and some cool art stuff like "Ecosexual" bumper-stickers, a post card sent to you from our honeymoon, and Beth's sculptures of Annie's bronzed panties!

"This is a great way to collaborate with us and would help to us spread the love, and so easy to do on our Kickstarter link."

Don't worry, I am writing it all down for posterity. Just you wait!

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