||[Jun. 15th, 2008|06:12 pm]
THE TYPEWRITER GIRLS PRESENT!
July 6th–God vs. Poet: A Sexy Showdown of Biblical Proportions.
The TypewriterGirls present yet another exquisitely deranged plethora of intelligent (and yes, sometimes frightening) elegantly pornographic poetry, comedy, artwork, music, and dance. . . and this time God demands his say in the matter.
Join the The TypewriterGirls’s battalions, wrangled by Margaret, Crystal, and Jason (all three experienced in the taming of wild monkeys—the only true resume builder in this case,) as they give God himself a smack in the face and a knee in the groin.
Those aiding in the buffeting of our Lord on this Sunday afternoon are battle commanders Jason Kirin and the Kirinettes, who will be craftily entangling the arts of music and poetry in a performance sure to create a net capable of trapping any sly sniper arch-angels;
Mizz J, whose sweet, smooth, and seductive moves, melodies, and metaphors are capable of calming more holy wrath than even the TypewriterGirls can provoke,
Michelle Stoner; a poet with an arsenal of allegorical battle gear and strategic maneuverings so large that they can’t be contained to just one show;
Mary Biddinger, a secret weapon so classy and powerful. . .that one wonders how she got mixed up in all of this;
Dan Shapiro, a man wrapped in such mystery and stealth that neither Typewritergirl nor God can capture him;
Paul Dvorchak, in true Crossroads style will be doing his battling with guitar in hand;
David Doyle, neither man nor God, will be performing feats of such supernatural talent that the lord himself will be left green with envy;
and our first guest visual artist Rob David, who will provide the most-appropriate and/or inappropriate aesthetic background as this (hopefully bloodless, yet ferocious) fighting takes place.
The battlefields will resound with the glorious sound of trumpets and synthesizers come fighting’s end, as several Jesuses disguised as members of the Hood Gang stir up our victorious legions to dance and feast in sinfully delightful decadence till evenings end.
Join us for this unprecedented Cabaret sure to cause some kind of natural disaster come Monday morning.