TRASH TALKIN’ TUESDAYS!
4 Literary Events whose participants are Talkin’ Trash and Takin’ Names!
All Events at 7:30pm
The Center/Rainbow Room
Mike Albo, Juanita MORE!
Featuring MOREboys Brian, Jason, and Joshua J. Cook
Curated & Hosted by Mark Menke
NYC-based author and performance artist Mike Albo will perform scenes and read from his latest novel, The Underminer, Or The Best Friend Who Casually Destroys Your Life. Fresh from her duties as this year’s SF Pride Grand Marshall, Juanita MORE! has rounded up her MOREboys Brian, Jason, and Joshua J. Cook to read selections from her dirtiest XXX tales. Miss MORE! will close the evening with a performance of her own.
photo by Dan Nicoletta
photo by Erica Freudenstein
Mike Albo is a writer and performer who has performed his comedic monologues all over the country and abroad. His first novel, Hornito, was published in 2000. Albo has completed three critically acclaimed, sold-out solo shows: Mike Albo, Spray, Please Everything Burst, and My Price Point, which recently completed a month-long run in Boston. Albo also performs as part of the comedy trio Unitard. www.mikealbo.com
With over a decade of performance and appearances in her little purse, Miss Juanita MORE! remains a creation of fashion and glamour, generosity and nerve. She’s a performer, hostess, tireless fundraiser, DJ, and photographer. To date, Juanita has helped to raise over one million dollars for Bay Area non-profits. www.juanitamore.com
Shy at heart, MOREboy Jason enjoys sharing his extroverted side on stage with Miss MORE! And, he’ll do just about anything for a scoop of Juanita’s homemade strawberry ice cream. Clearly a nouveau-dandy, MOREboy Brian enjoys making his audience happy, while always changing the way he does it. He is currently part of the ensemble piece “Someday, Love” at the New Conservatory Theater Center. MOREboy Joshua J. Cook made his film debut in the Scissor Sister’s music video “Filthy/Gorgeous”. Now residing in San Francisco, he has been working creatively with Juanita MORE! for over two years, and is thrilled to lend his face and voice to her dramatic stories.
|Photos by Juanita MORE|
This event is the fourth and final one in the 8th National Queer Arts Festival’s literary series Trash Talkin’ Tuesdays.