Los Angeles, CA 90029
Dirty Looks returns with our annual festive gathering, a messy Holiday Bazaar to queer the necessary seasonal pull of late-stage capitalism. Ten vendors will deck the inner sanctum of Faultline, East Hollywood’s famed neon-strewn indoor-outdoor leather bar. A festive photo booth designed by Peppré Ann will capture that moll modness that the family back home will cherish for years to come. Frequenter of the fraternal, Tom of Finland Foundation will lend their learnings with all things Santaly. The caroling shenanigans of Tammie Brown and Trap Girl will resound with joy throughout our ears and our hearts, with confectionary recipes provided by Drew Droege as Chloe. And Aimee Goguen’s Yule Log, especially designed to crackle and pop for this special occasion will illuminate our Go-go elves, who will Jingle Bell Rock the night away.
Drew Droege as Chloe
DJ: Neon Music
Santa: Tom of Finland Foundation
Yule Log: Aimee Goguen
Go-go Elves: Clay Kerrigan + Revé Douglas
Everlasting Family Secret
Wreoths by Peppré Ann
About the performers:
Tammie Brown aka Keith Glen Schubert is a gay singer, actor and drag performer, perhaps best known for his appearance as a contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Season 1 and RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, Season 1. Born in Corpus Christi, Texas, Tammie started his auspicious career performing drag at Club Divas in Corpus Texas. He initially wanted to perform under his real name, Keith Schubert, however, he was forced to pick the name Tammie Brown by Corpus Christi’s Pageant Queens. As Keith Glen Schubert he has appeared in commercials for McDonalds and UPS and for Korn’s music video” Twisted Transistor”. As Tammie Brown he appeared in Robbie William’s music video “She’s Madonna” and Crazy Lupe’s “Mm Ma Ma.” On Youtube Tammie’s videos such as “Shaka Buku U”, “Whatever” and “The Ballad of Tiger Lily” have been seen by over 20,000 viewers. Her albums include “Popcorn” and “Hot Skunx.”
Drew Droege is best known for his online parody videos of downtown indie “it girl” darling Chloë Sevigny, featured in Entertainment Weekly, The Advocate, Huffington Post, Time Out New York, and Marc Jacobs’ 2016 Spring campaign. He can be seen on Paramount Network's TV reboot of Heathers in early 2018. This year he won an Indie Series Award as Best Guest Actor for #ADULTING. Other TV credits include Logo's Cocktails & Classics, Transparent, Big Mouth, Life In Pieces, Nobodies, IdiotSitter, Bajillion Dollar Properties, Bob’s Burgers, Drunk History, 2 Broke Girls, Comedy Bang! Bang!, House Of Lies, Kroll Show, Key & Peele, New Girl, Happy Endings, and How I Met Your Mother. He's appeared in the films Ideal Home, The 4th, The Circle, Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, You’re Killing Me, and Eating Out: Drama Camp. He is an alum of The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade theaters in Los Angeles, where he performs regularly. Earlier this year, he starred in the Ovation recommended production of Charles Busch's Die, Mommie, Die! at Celebration Theatre in LA, and recent stage credits include Julie Brown's The Homecoming Queen's Got A Musical, The Golden Girlz, and musical parodies of Troop Beverly Hills and The Devil Wears Prada. He’s an Outfest award winner, one of Out Magazine’s “Out 100,” and host of the podcast “Drew Droege’s Minor Revelations” on Feral Audio.
Trap Girl began performing in 2014 and has toured widely, and released their debut album From Diamonds to Dust in 2015, with The Black Market released in July of last year. Lead singer Drew Arriola-Sands initiated her own Transgress Fest, a SoCal hardcore and punk gathering that spotlights “the music and voices of trans/gender nonconforming bands.”
Lovingly sponsored by Pleasure Chest