If Red Dress Party is out of your price range or comfort zone, (what’s with the dudes who freak out about wearing a dress for 6 hours to party and support a charity?) then you have other options on this lovely Julian Saturday…
We already hyped the delightful sounding TWIN PEAKS DANCE PARTY at Fred Wildlife Refuge…if you adore the beloved television series and all things arty, farty, faggy and waggy, then it might be just the treat you had in mind. It features Ade, Glitterbang, Night Cadet, DJ Rebel Rebel, video by Alex Berry, art and cherry pie. It sounds hellaciously fun.
If that’s too weird for you, or, still out of your price range then you might head to C.C Attle’s for their CASTAWAY ISLAND PARTY which just appears to be an excuse to sell liquor while wearing Gilligan hats, leis and muu muus, but we don’t have a problem with that. We’re guessing a few Twin Peaks folks will wander over here anyway to get a decent drink that actually has liquor in it…
Naturally, the Seattle Eagle has an event that sounds completely filthy and disgusting….YAY! It’s called JUNK: A LONG JOHNS AND BONERS EVENT and apparently involves…well…long johns and boners. More poo:
Perhaps the craziest wildest night EVER! This is the event that started it all. Don’t miss the return of JUNK!
Hosted by Truck, San Francisco’s, PAUL MILLER and a Tour bus of boys from San Francisco’s MONSTER TOUR.
Long johns and Viagra go together better than even we could have imagined. Come prepared, but do not be shy cause it’s time to show off your junk!
(TRASHY) MEATY BEATS by JUAN
Part of the:
Monster Tour Northwest
If you’re in the mood for some odd theater, then the folks from the theater company The Schoolyard are offering THE 8-BIT THEATER FESTIVAL: 8 SHORT PLAYS ABOUT VIDEO GAMES down at Re-bar. Since The Schoolyard are the demented kids who gave us previous punky/funky productions of The Rocky Horror Show and Cabaret, you can expect it to be a bit avant garde. It opened last night and photos from the show started popping up on the Facebooks, and if you love old school video games, you’re gonna love seeing local actors dressed up like Zelda and Ms Pac Man. Here’s more skinny:
An evening of drama, music, comedy, personal confession, and burlesque all with the common goal of showing love for video games.
With themes ranging from an appreciation of a certain plumber with impeccable jumping skills to a young girl finding a forbidden text-based game on her father’s TRS-80 to a glimpse into what it’s like working in the modern industry, these eight bits resurrect the kill screen.
We’re a city who knows how to put a coin in a slot and a play on the stage, and this festival combines these skills in the most marvelous way possible.
Featuring new work from Sara Dipity, Scott Shoemaker, Tracy Vicory-Rosenquest, Jim Moran, Craig Trolli, Alexandra Solomon, and more.
Music by Meg van Huygen and Asa Bass.
Tickets are $15 and available at the door or at Brown Paper Tickets – http://
So, you have PLENTY of options for tonight that DON’T involve a Red Dress…or, common sense or decency!