Work MORE 7: Daughters of a Riot


Ox and QCC present
Work MORE 7: Daughters of a Riot
May 27 and 28th
Brava Theater 8pm
VivvyAnne ForeverMORE!

Tickets: $15-20
May 27th Show:
May 28th Show:

In Daughters of a Riot, Lol McFiercen, Honey Mahogany, Dulce De Leche and VivvyAnne ForeverMORE! bring to the stage moments of queer history when drag and gender transgression have exploded into riots of resistance. With lipsynch, singing, video and audience participation these queens trace queer genealogies and histories that brought them to the stage, celebrating the queer ancestors who paved the way.

Work MORE! provides a platform for collaborative artmaking that utilizes drag to disturb traditional notions of beauty, femininity and masculinity while promoting interdisciplinary collaborations among artists who co-create rather than compete. In mainstream culture, drag is framed as a solo performance created by one male artist, traditionally in clubs and bars. Work MORE! builds on San Francisco’s long history of drag as a community-building strategy.

Participating Artists:
VivvyAnne ForeverMORE!
Lol McFiercen
Dulce De Leche
Honey Mahogany

Video: Aron Kantor


WebDulceDeLecheDulce De Leche is a soulful drag performer known for her powerful voice. Inspired by 50s & 60s soul divas, she regularly performs at and hosts SOME THING Fridays at The Stud. She was the 2013 Miss Tiara Sensation and is the reigning Hard French Winter Ball Queen.




WebLOLLOL McFiercen queers girlish femininity to create theatrical drag numbers inspired by rainbows, unicorns, harajuku fashion and Lisa Frank. She is one of SF Weekly’s 16 Artists to Watch in 2016, the 2013 Miss SOME THING Has Talent and co-hostess of The Monster Show, Lilith Bear and Dragaoke.



webHoneyMahoganyHoney Mahogany, a long time San Francisco staple and home grown San Francisco treat, recently gained world wide fame as a cast member on Season 5 of the reality television cult phenomena RuPaul’s Drag Race. Honey’s most recent work includes her debut EP Honey Love; appearances on the HBO series Looking; and hosting a variety of events including Topsy Turvy (an annual human circus) and co-hosting the Castro Street Fair’s MainStage with VivvyAnne Forevermore. Honey currently performs all over San Francisco, and hosts her own drag variety show and RuPaul’s Drag Race viewing party Mahogany Mondays every Monday night at the Midnight Sun in San Francisco.

vivvy headshotVivvyAnne ForeverMORE! is a tornado in a dress, her awkwardness is only surpassed by her desire for you to like her. The host and co-founder of weekly Friday night drag party Club SOME THING at the historic Stud Bar, Vivvy also hosts the biweekly podcast Calm Down Queen with Sue Casa. Vivvy has also emceed Castro Street Fair, The News, Folsom Street Fair and instigates other nightlife happenings in SF and abroad.




Daughters of a Riot was is made possible with a generous grant from the Creative Work Fund; a program of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund supported by generous grants from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the James Irvine Foundation.




Disciplines: Theater/Drag