LIQUID FIRE PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS WET
A Sultry Evening of Erotic Expressions by Queer Women of Color

Friday & Saturday, June 6th & 7th 8:00pm
The SF LGBT Community Center/Ceremonial Room

Tickets: $10-$20

WET: A cabaret-style performance event featuring queer women of color, performing sexy, steamy, in-your-face spoken word, poetry, music, dance and song pieces that will taunt and tease you, make you WET, and leave you thirsty and begging for more, more, more! Don’t miss these women – they will take you on a fun-filled, wild and seductive ride to ecstasy and beyond! Presented by Liquid Fire Productions, created and directed by Veronica C. Comb.

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Artist Biography

Veronica C. Combs, an accomplished producer, director, facilitator/teacher with an extensive background in the performing arts, has been producing groundbreaking lesbian performance programming in the Bay Area for the last eight years. She is the founder and director of Liquid Fire Productions, an organization dedicated to the authentic representation of lesbians of color on stage and in film. She is the mastermind behind The Liquid Fire Project, a project in which lesbians of color, through a 5-month workshop and rehearsal process, develop multidisciplinary performances from their life stories that reclaim and celebrate race and erotic power. Through Liquid Fire Productions, she also produces the annual event, WET, an erotic cabaret style event for queer women of color. During her tenure as Artistic Director of Luna Sea Women’s Performance Project in San Francisco from 1995 to 1998, Veronica produced and directed several festivals and performances including Women of Color Month (September 1996 & 1997), featuring Juke Joint, Sistahs Singin’ and the first incarnations of The Liquid Fire Project; and Disputed Territory (June 1996 – 1998), featuring performances that addressed issues considered taboo in the queer community. She produced and co-directed the 1996 production of Skin: the Black and White of It (African American and White lesbians explore racism) with Rhodessa Jones and Adele Prandini. Veronica has received several grants and awards including the California Arts Council Artist-In-Residence, San Francisco Arts Commission, Astraea Lesbian Action Foundation, Horizons Foundation, and The Women’s Foundation