Mandee Driggers is a queer writer, artist, and performer fueled by coffee and resilience. Her work has been published in Bitchin' Kitsch, Paper Nautilus, CrabFat Magazine, and more. She resides in St. Paul where she balances her disdain for winter with her love of community and craft beer.
Go Home, Aphrodite, You're Drunk is a play comprised of much smaller plays about the foibles of dating while marginalized. Performers all wrote one piece where they star as themselves and help other performers out by filling in when necessary. The goal of this play is to perform 7 or more plays in 15 minutes or less.
Hector Chavarria is a performer/playwright/fashionista. He is originally from El Paso, TX and has been in the Twin Cities since 2011. He has been seen performing in various cabarets and social events as his artistic ego known as, "The Big Gay Mexican" and has performed in collaborated work at Mixed Blood Theater, 20% Theatre, and The Walker Art Center. The mission for his work is to inspire and promote self-love.
Sarah McPeck is a stand-up comic, writer and producer living in Minneapolis. She received her comedy education at The Brave New Workshop as well as a ten-year stint as a blackjack dealer in some of the nation’s smokiest establishment. A combo not many can claim. Some have described her as fantastic, some as irreverent, either way, she will tell you her side of things. A proud feminist and LGBTQ activist, Sarah uses comedy to change the world one laugh at a time.