I feel like I’m still recovering from the epic sold-out Goddesscon 2011 aka SHOWGIRLS at the Castro Theatre. Over 1,300 screaming fans and 100 lap-dancers filled the historic movie palace for an evening of lap thrusting, volcano dancing, and high high glamour! It was an incredibly fun time and I’m already looking forward to next year’s insanity. For anyone who would like to see what some of it looked like, please check out the great video put together by the talented Priscilla Murray. You can see it by clicking RIGHT HERE. Speaking of next year’s Showgirls event at the Castro Theatre, we’ve launched a campaign to encourage Elizabeth Berkley herself to attend Goddesscon 2012. It will be her birthday in July and I would love it if she’d come to SF and allow us to worship her in the flesh! I’ve created a Facebook page that I’m hoping loads of you will Like and Share with all your friends. This is a cause that’s near and dear to so many of our hearts and I have faith that if we all pull our resources, we can make this happen. The “Bring Elizabeth Berkley To Peaches Christ’s Annual SF Showgirls Screening” Page can be found by clicking RIGHT HERE.
Lucky for me, my whore-play isn’t yet over! Nico Bella’s Fleur de Lethal is bringing the Peaches Christ SHOWGIRLS Experience toPortland for a giant show on Saturday, Sept. 17th! This will actually mark my debut performance in the town of Portland and from what I’ve heard, it’s a city so slutty that there’s a porn store on every corner. Literally! I’m hoping loads of you Pacific Northwestern whores will come out for an evening of Goddess worship. Loads of you. Loads! And yes, we’ll be providing FREE lap-dances with every large corn. If you know anyone in Portland and can help get the word about this, it would be so greatly appreciated. Invite your Portland friends through this handy Facebook Event page RIGHT HERE.
There’s still time for you to make a movie! Please SUBMIT to the upcoming SF Underground Short Film Festival. Our deadline for the November show is Octover 1st. The Spring event was such a hit that Sam Sharkey and I decided to program another night of great, often over-looked, underground Bay Area short films. We’re looking for all kinds so please go ahead and submit. It’s free! Never an entry fee. SUBMIT RIGHT HERE.
And speaking of short films, don’t miss the upcoming SF Shorts Film Festival which starts tomorrow at the Roxie. 7 Film Progams of Mixed Genres and Subjects from around the World, including: Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republik, Denmark, France, Germany, Guatemala, India, Israel, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Russian Federation, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, U.K., and U.S.A. Details are below.
Also, if you wanna lil’ sneak peek at Heklina and me behind-the-scenes at our HALLOWEEN photo-shoot with photographer Jose A Guzman Colon, check it out RIGHT HERE.