Tuesday, November 15, 2011
8:30 pm
$8 - $12 sliding scale
Dynasty Handbag returns to her old clomping grounds bringing you new, challenging and exciting work and old, boring crap from under the rocks of gloom that was her past.  Pieces will included but are not limited to:

Chaperone, Conquest, Escort, Eternal Quadrangle -
DH is a guest on the dating game where she takes on 4 contestants all vying for a spot within her vast cosmic emptiness.  With video, shit(ty) animation, grim reapers, talking cowboy dogs and slam poetry.

Come On -
DH joins a knife wielding girl gang.
Bags -
This is the story of DH hopping through an emotional minefield of 5 bags on the floor all talking, wanting, needing, unrelenting. These bags seem so familiar...hmmm.... DH blindly goes from bag to bag, looking for that special something,  and eventually morphs into Mick Jagger with a dagger.
Jibz Cameron is a performance artist in NYC.   Her performance work as her alter-ego Dynasty Handbag has been internationally at venues big and important and small and also important. She is the recipient of the 2009 Dance Theater Workshop Fresh Tracks Artist in Residence, the  2009 Franklin Fund Foundation for the Performing Arts grant, the 2010 Dixon Place Mondo Cane! Commison and the Kindle Grant 2011 Artist Cycle.  She is an adjunct professor of theater studies at TISCH NYU.  She is currently an associate performer with the Wooster Group. http://www.dynastyhandbag.com
Beth Lisick and Tara Jepsen  in GROOMED FOR SUCCESS!
Beth Lisick and Tara Jepsen have been collaborating in a mostly comedic way for over ten years. They have performed their super maxi comedy in an exhaustive list of venues and events, including SF Sketchfest (2009, 2010, 2011), UCBT LA, the first Homo-a-Gogo in Olympia, WA, Billionaires for Bush, NYC's Dixon Place, and in a vegan's living room in Santa Barbara.  Their award-winning short Diving for Pearls was removed from YouTube for an unknown offense, possibly nudity. Recent highlights include finishing in the top three of SF MoMA and Tony Labat's "We Want You" competition as their  gay man characters Don and Phil (who are always shirtless) during election time in 2008. appearing in conjunction with Tammy Rae Carland at Yerba Buena's Bay Area Now opening as Carole and Mitzi.