These two older women are a perfect metaphor for the “economic crisis”, a.k.a. GD2 (Great Depression 2)
This my favorite song from the handbag-produced staged reading of Eating Raoul. In this scene, Mary must choose between her lover, Raoul, and her husband, Paul.
Paul and Mary Bland dream of opening a gourmet restaurant but they need money to do that. Why not lure sexual deviants to their apartment and kill them? When their swarthy, sexy janitor Raoul learns of their scheme, he partners with them to help dispose of the bodies. Thatâ€™s when things get complicatedâ€¦
Based on the cult 1982 film Eating Raoul this musical adaptation is a perfect summer treat for those who enjoy their musicals with a twist.
Eating Raoul – The Musical
Directed by Matt Gunnels
Book by Paul Bartel
Music by Jed Feur
Lyrics by Boyd Graham
produced by Handbag Productions
Helena stuns us with her haunting performance of Shirley Bassey covering Pink.
Handbag Productions staged a reading of Eating Raoul, The Musical. But, apparently the cast was so passionate about the show that they all memorized the script anyway! This is a short clip from the show.
Another new song from The Joans. Shot at The Jackhammer on 04.04.08.
Almost one year since The Joans debut, they appeared back at The Jackhammer with some new songs. Here’s one of them.
Divine Sings The Alphabet Rap in Manchester, 1983
Divine Sings ‘Born to be Cheap’ in 1983 at The Hacienda in Manchester
Insane Films: Lesbian Sex Tips for Gays #12 Scat Cleaning and Ass Loosening
Hagatha and I went out and played a game with the attendees of Halstead Street Market Days- the gayest street festival in the midwest.
Divine Sings Jungle Jezebel in 1983 at The Hacienda in Manchester
Insane Films: Divine Sings The Name Game in 1983 at The Hacienda in Manchester
“Madge and Merman”
from Handbag Productions‘ Fa La La This!
December 2002, The Theater Building Chicago