Our next show is less than a week away.
Warlock 7, December 1985/January 1986. John Blanche, 1985.
Apparently starring Colin Baker as one of the Hobbits and David Coverdale as Legolas.
let me tell some of you young cats something: one of my life regrets is that I wasn’t even more of a geek when I was, like, 12 and 13. should have read twice as many comics. should have stuck with D & D instead of quitting immediately upon finding out you couldn’t really “just take your chances” against monsters you weren’t equipped to fight. geek hard my friends. geek hard.
John Darnielle from The Mountain Goats sends a message to the youth.
From the founder of D20 Burlesque:
“Hey everyone. I joined this contest to perform burlesque in Hollywood on a whim, and am amazed and so grateful to all of the fans who have come out of the woodwork to support me!
Being a nerdy burlesque performer means that most of the geeky work I do, which is about 95% of the acts I create) is not typically accepted in major burlesque festivals due to it being too obscure or the application judges just don’t get it, so you don’t see it very often.
This contest is a way for me to get to perform something wonderfully nerdy and geeky in front of a Hollywood audience, but only if I can make it in the top 6 by midnight tonight (May 15th).
I could really use any and all support today from those of you out there willing to help this little ol’ nerd from NYC make it to Hollywood to show them that nerdlesque is a legitimate form of striptease! You can help by voting for me-this means going to my burlesqueipedia page (linked here) and commenting on the bottom (must be signed into Facebook).
It seems that the votes are not being updated immediately, so even though it might show me in the top 6, please still vote as there is a high chance I have slipped down to 7th place.
So, in conclusion, thank you to those who have already voted, and thank you to those new voters today, I couldn’t have done this without you!
xoxox, Anja Keister