Roadshow 2010

Logo by Shannon Taylor, Animal print Photos by Ally Picard. Heels On Wheels Roadshow is four Brooklyn Femmes teaming up with our local friends! Heels on Wheels is a caravan of artists from Brooklyn offering a cabaret of performance, music, drag, and shenanigans. Femme troublemakers Damien Luxe, Heather Ács, Princess Tiny & the Meats, and Sequinette Jaynesfield will wow you with gender troubles and flashy trash!

Heels on Wheels Roadshow is a flashy femme caravan from Brooklyn touring the South with a queer performance-art cabaret. Starring dazzling troublemakers Heather Ács, Damien Luxe, Princess Tiny & the Meats, and Sequinette, the show features a multi-media format of high femme drag, electro music, and piercing, poetic theatre. Expect to see Dolly Parton transformations, stilettos flying, eggs breaking and moods changing. Heels on Wheels delivers a trashy-fancy night of radical extravagance and thought-provoking glamour.

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We’re getting in our dreamy van for this epic NYC-to-Austin trip March 26 – April 6, 2010. Our stops are:

  • Sunday 3/21 – Brooklyn NY – 8pm @ Collect Pond, 45 Berry St., 8pm, $5
  • Friday 3/26 – Baltimore MD – 8p and 10p @ Black Cherry Puppet Theatre, 1115 Hollins Street, 21223. 8p & 10p shows. $5-10.
  • Saturday 3/27 – Richmond VA – doors 7/ show 8p @ The Lamplighter Cafe 116 S. Addison St, Doors 7pm – Free!
  • Sunday 3/28 – Durham NC @ 8pm with Humble Tripe Monkey Bottom Gallery, 609 trent drive durham with Humble Tripe $5
  • Monday 3/29 – Asheville NC @ 9pm Club Hairspray, 38 N. French Broad Ave., $5
  • 3/30-31 – Atlanta GA – Bellissima, 560 Amsterdam Ave, 30306. 9p $5-8.
  • Thursday 4/1 – New Orleans LA – 10pm @ All Ways, 2240 St. Claude Ave., $5
  • April 4 – Austin, TX @ Gay by Gay Gay Stage, East Austin
  • April 6 – Waco, TX with Equality Rides!

Oh and thanks to our screenprinters, Means of Production – check them out!

Any assistance in getting us places to stay is super appreciated! More info below the cut…

Damien “Hadassah” Luxe is a Brooklyn-based queer femme, liberationist artist, writer, creative, and activist who performs as Axon D’Luxe. Her work focuses on celebrating extremes of femininity; feminist / queer archiving and storytelling, and on building and skillsharing a new framework to both analyze and enjoy life from. D’Luxe is co-founder of New York’s Femme Family [], a queer femme cultural community; she’s the co-creative director of the community events and skillshare group the Hart Collective []; and she Art Directed the award-winning $pread Magazine [] for three years. A repatriated expat by way of Toronto, DIY tech geek and communications designer [], and working-class gone hustling-class high femme fatale, Damien loves rhinestones and anything dramatic on wheels. Download tracks, read stories and her how-to blog:

Heather M. Ács is a multi-media theatre performance artist, activist, educator and high-femme troublemaker. She creates nonlinear worlds layered with movement, soundscape, video, and storytelling, refracted through working class Appalachian and Mexican cultural imagery. Her gritty, glittery work has been featured in festivals, galleries, colleges, conferences, divy bars, crowded living rooms, and queer feminist spaces across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Heather has worked with Nao Bustamante, Karen Finley, Steven Soderbergh, and regularly collaborates with Silas Howard.

Sequinette called a “Drag Impresario” by the New York TImes and a “Dolly Parton-esque beauty” by the Village Voice, Sequinette is one of the most stylized of NYC’s “Female to Female Drag Queens.” She relies on fine couture costuming in drag performances that contain elements of burlesque. She was crowned Miss LEZ 2008 in Murray Hill’s queer beauty pageant, and also starred in Michelle Handelman’s Dorian in 2009. She is the co- producer of multi-media queer dance party “Love Muscle,” and also produced Coney Island’s first ever full fledged drag show, “Hollywood Bitches.”

Chicago is a solo artist who performs under as Princess Tiny and the Meats. Their debut electronic album, “Will S UR D 4 Coin” is to be released early this summer. You can check out their music at []. Their music brings awareness and education to a broader audience about queer culture. Princess Tiny and the Meats also performs acoustic songs on guitar and piano in a theatrical fairy tale called “Confessions of a Love Sick Teenager”. Chicago is an artist that is dedicated to breaking down the walls of ignorance that have saturated the music industry for what has been – up until now – way too long!