liquidFIRE Productions presents
The Liquid Fire Project’s
Skin Hot – Bone Deep
Directed By Veronica C. Combs
LOCATION: AAACC, 762 Fulton @ Webster
Thursday – Sunday, June 20-23; 8pm (Saturday at 2 pm & 8pm, Sunday at 3pm)
In Skin Hot – Bone Deep, lesbian and bisexual women of color take you on a journey that explores the relationship between race and erotic power. Through a collaborative performance that includes song, dance, storytelling, poetry, theatre, and unspoken interpretation, these women defy the confines of oppression and taste the divine hotness of their erotic souls. Skin Hot – Bone Deep promises to stir your heart, fill you up, and then leave you panting and thirsty for more.
Skin Hot – Bone Deep will feature live music composed by Shawn Garmon, Assistant Director is Cherisma T. Feril. The cast includes Em Abuan, Tameka Beaudreaux, Richelle Donigan, Teresa Ellis, Cherisma T. Feril, Jennifer Foreman, Ntombi Howell, Rosalind McMillan, Rachel R. Rodriguez, Lindasusan Ulrich and Patricia Wright. All make-up provided by MAC Cosmetics.
The Liquid Fire Project is supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency and National Endowment for The Arts, a federal agency; Jon Sims Center for the Arts, Serpent Source Foundation for Women Artists and Queer Cultural Center.
Veronica C. Combs has been producing groundbreaking lesbian performance programming in the Bay Area for the last seven years. She is the mastermind behind The Liquid Fire Project and the director of Liquid Fire Productions, an organization dedicated to the authentic representation of lesbians of color on stage and in film. In addition to the Liquid Fire Project, Veronica C. Combs, Artistic Director of Luna Sea Women’s Performance Project in San Francisco from 1995 to 1998, is the producer and director of several festivals, performances, and events.