This event was a part of the National Queer Arts Festival 2004
for more information about the Festival, our archives or Qcc go to www.queerculturalcenter.org
Thursday, June 10, 2004 7:30pm
LGBT Community Center
1800 Market Street
Tickets: $12-$15, NOTA
In the spirit of "the Little Rascals in drag, on acid, doing Busby Berkeley", original Cockette Rumi presents a fun-filled and magical evening of live performances direct from his acclaimed Camaraderie art salons.
Hear the cool drag king stylings by the amazing Cara Vida, Painter extraordinaire Carl Linkhart as "Carl with Records" The smooth sounds of Moon Trent's quiet-core duo The Visitors Kimberly Sweet Pam reads from her upcoming tome, 'Midnight at the Palace' chronicling her life as a Cockette to be published in the fall by Alyson Books. ALSO: A special installation by last year's Halloween headliners, The Castro's living treasure, Gay Glo
|Photo: Tommy Kohl
Sister Sin Devine (Left) and Tahara at a Cockette Salon and performance.
|Photo: Bill Bowers
Cara Vida performing at a Cockettes performance.
|Photo: Astrid MacCradie
Cockette Tahara in full regalia
Organized by Rumi Missabu:
Rumi Missabu, star of 70's stage & screen (Maxine in Elevator Girls in Bondage, The Cockettes) has been keeping the party rolling in '03 and '04 as self-appointed curator and host of "Camaraderie" art salons for San Francisco's bo-ho art crowd. In the spirit of "the Little Rascals in drag, on acid, doing Busby Berkeley", original Cockette Rumi presents a fun-filled and magical evening of live performances direct from his acclaimed Camaraderie art salons.
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