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Stories with flair and big hair!

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Join us as we celebrate Pride with delightful dames who dish. Sassy, saucy stories from the Queens of Drag.

This is a virtual online show streaming on YouTube Live. Tickets are pay what you can starting at $1.00 and up.

Want to be in the Zoom room with our storytellers? Be part of the live virtual audience with our Backstage Pass ticket option.

Once you register, you will receive a link to access the live event prior to the show.

Emcee: Calvin S. Cato


Jamie Brickhouse aka Covid Cassandra

Covid Cassandra is the worst-selling authoress of self-help pamphlets (books take too long to write) such as Covid Sex Tips from the Pandemic Prostitute Who Knows and How to Look Old at Any Age. The global pandemic brought her mediocre fame when she guest starred weekly on drag legend Hedda Lettuce’s Instagram Live Pandemic Variety Show. Cassandra has worn a veil throughout her career for reasons too sordid to reveal. When the pandemic hit, she was ready, and finally understood why her parents named her Covid Cassandra.

Behind every veiled woman is a gay man. Jamie Brickhouse is the author of the memoirs and solo shows Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother and I Favor My Daddy. He has recorded voices on Beavis and Butthead, appeared on PBS-TV’s Stories from the Stage, The Moth Podcast, and is a 4-time Moth champ. He’s been published in The New York Times, Washington Post, Daily Beast, Salon, and other publications.

Archy Jamjun, aka Posh Rice

Archy Jamjun is the curator of Outspoken LGBTQ stories at Sidetrack and a two-time winner of The Moth Grand Slam. He is also a co-producer at Story Jam and a member of the collective Drinkers with Writing Problems.

Jonathan Hamilt, aka Ona Louise

Jonathan Hamil onboards and acclimates new chapters of the non-profit, Drag Queen Story Hour, on a national and international scale. He co-writes organizational core curriculum, manages public relations and maps out the organization’s social media outlets. He has the privilege of traveling around the country to share their story, administer gender education, and performs in drag.

His drag persona “Ona Louise” was the first drag queen to read for DQSH NYC. He conducts story hours for children ages 3-8 in schools, libraries, bookstores, and other community spaces. He demonstrates and teaches inclusivity, acceptance, and love for all regardless of gender presentation.

Per Sia

With a pedigree from weekly performances at the late, iconic Esta Noche, her trajectory has gone on to include art curation, stand-up, television, and maybe a quinceañera or two, in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and México. Currently she is a regular performer in the nationally acclaimed "Drag Queen Story Hour" as well as an educator in residence at the Children's After School Arts (CASA) program in the San Francisco Unified School District profiled on KQED Arts and National Public Radio.

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Stay six feet apart as we bring the entertainment from our living rooms to yours through storytelling, poetry, comedy, music, and who knows what else. An eclectic mix of entertainment to feel connected in times of social distancing and self-isolation.

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