Guests for Lady Parts BOOBS
Katey and Cheyenne have been hard at work creating their first episode of Lady Parts, BOOBS, and while they have some great material, they can't do it alone! For BOOBS, they'll be welcoming some absolutely hilarious and amazing women.
First up is Melissa Oei!
Melissa is an actor and storyteller from Vancouver BC. She has appeared on stages across the country and has even performed on a ship in the Adriatic Sea! Some of her favourite roles include Vivie in Mrs Warren's Profession (Alley Theatre), Lucy in Long Division (Pi Theatre), Maudie in Flare Path (Slamming Door Collective), Gloria in Boeing Boeing (Arts Club), Debutante in The Duchess (Ruby Slippers), and Adelaide in Guys and Dolls (Studio 58), Melissa believes deeply in the medium of theatre and wants to use it to change the world! Follow Melissa on Instagram @miss.oei
And Emmelia Gordon!
Emmelia has had pleasure of working with the Firehall Arts Centre, Touchstone Theatre, Rumble, Shameless Hussy Productions, Upintheair, Arts Club Theatre, Green Thumb Theatre, Honest Fishmongers, Hardline Productions, Wet Ink Collective, Theatre Replacement, Radix, Studio 58 (where she is a graduate from) and Neworld. She has two Jessie Richardson Theatre awards. She is also the co-creator of the fringe hit Progressive Polygamists alongside Pippa Mackie. Emmelia is spitting her time between Vancouver to Toronto. Coming up in the new year, she will be co producing and acting in a new show by George F. Walker, called Fierce. She is SOOO happy to be coming back to Vancouver for BOOBS. Follow Emmelia on Instagram @emmmmelia
The special musical guest for BOOBS is Rachel Lark, all the way from San Francisco!
Rachel Lark is a San Francisco based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her music has been featured on The Savage Lovecast and Salon.com and she tours regularly throughout the U.S. and Europe. She's made waves for her biting political satire, fearless authenticity, and hilarious, raunchy wit. She's been called the "musical muse for the sex-positive revolution" and "in the league of Sondheim and Tim Minchin." In December, 2016, Lark recorded a studio album at Tiny Telephone Studios with her band, The Damaged Goods. In March 2017 she released "They've Done Studies" followed by a multi-media dramatic live production at DNA Lounge called "Studies Have Shown." She toured the production throughout the U.S. in the summer of 2017 and will be releasing a concert film of the show in 2018.
Tickets have unfortunately sold out, but there might be a couple available at the door!