Sunday, September 21, 2008

now with pictures!

In this issue:

*London Show Wrape Up
*What’s Next for Jessica Delfino?
*My Upcoming Shows
*Naughty Nautical Nite Updates & Next Show Oct. 2 Haunted High Seas
*The Treasure Trove – People, Places and Things I Love: featuring Dame Darcy’s new book release, “Gasoline” and a few other sweet trinkets



My Dirty Folk Rock show at the Soho Theatre was a great adventure, complete with two sold out nights, a critics’ pick and rave preview in Time Out London and a nice review in London’s METRO paper. I did some fun radio shows – in London I can sing my songs on the radio!! I met some new friends, was given a pair of awesome red roller skates by a fan (and now friend) named Rupert whom I chanced upon at a vintage store on Brick Lane and spent quality time in Hackney, the Bushwick of London.

Daniel Michael opened the show for me and was a great help in the whole orchestration of the shindig, as was Alex Smith who photographed and documented the whole tour (awesome), and my friends Marisa Carnesky and Simon Casson for their hospitality, the whole Soho Theatre crew and others who know who they are. (David Goo, Nina, Geo...etc.)

Other awesome highlights of the trip were performing at Duckie, a fight I got into with a doorman named Shazam all Amy Winehouse style and running into the band Buddyhead on the street in front of The Black Gardenia.

If you have any photographs or newspaper clippings / reviews / video / links of my show at The Soho Theatre in London, please email me at

You can see pictures and read all about my London adventures and sold out shows here:
(starts with the latest entry and goes to earliest)

A thank you postcard for William Donahue

So what’s next for Jessica Delfino? Great question.



A new show in the works

I’ve got some shows coming up and am working on a new collection of ribaldity that is so new, the catalog of disturbing goodies doesn’t even have a name yet. But trust me. It’s gonna make you have mixed feelings about freedom of speech. And it should make you laugh, either with joy or a tinge of that “wrong inside” feeling. And hopefully a little bit of both. I need a video editor for this show. I will also need a cooking assistant and a variety of colorful characters. If you are a video editor or know a video editor, or if you are a colorful character, please email me at



Come join the filthy, dirty fun.

Monday, Sept. 22nd:
Rasp Thorne’s Last Hurrah
@ Zebulon, 10 PM
Wythe at N. 3rd, Williamsburg Bkln

Tuesday, Sept. 23rd:
Inner Monologues, 7 PM
@ Bar on A, 170 Ave A at 10th St. NYC

Tue, Sept. 30:
@ Lamp Post, 8 PM with
Ben Lerman, Jerk Practice and more
382 2nd Street , Jersey City, NJ

Thursday, Oct. 2nd:
Naughty Nautical Nite
@ Slipper Room, 9:30 PM
corner of Stanton and Orchard Sts.

Sunday, Oct. 5th:
Dirty Folk Rock (one hour show)
@ St. Lawrence Arts Center, 8 PM
with opening act Sheila Jackson
Portland, Maine

October 17th:
Freaks & Geeks Comedy Show
@ Comix, 14th St. at 9th Ave as part of the
Hysterical Comedy Festival, 8 PM
With Desiree Birch, Carla Rhodes and other treats

Sunday, Oct. 26th:
Dirty Folk Rock (one hour show)
@ Sage Theater, 711 7th Ave, NYC
As part of the awesome Vagina Festival! Oct. 24-26th

That’s about it for shows for now. Check my myspace page for other show dates as they come up!

me and my hair, hanging out in a british cemetery



DVD Distribution Deal
Dame Darcy and I have struck up a distribution deal with Warner Brothers to distribute a DVD version of “The Best Of Dame Darcy & Jessica Delfino at Naughty Nautical Nite” – we’re very excited about this and will have more details as they arise.

Next Show: Haunted High Seas Oct. 2nd
Speaking of rising, get your ass up and over to the next Naughty Nautical Nite on Oct. 2nd, featuring a wild array of characters, sailors, pirates, mermaids, sea captains, sirens, long shoremen and what have you. Celebrate the HAUNTED HIGH SEAS with us this month, at Naughty Nautical Nite and dress up as your favorite sea specter, ghoulish ocean critter or spooky beach bimbo. Scary!! Prizes will be given out for best costumes.

Thursday, Oct. 2nd
@ Slipper Room, 9:30 PM
with your hosts Dame Darcy & Jessica Delfino and a wild collection of nuts and bolts including sketchy comedy by Harvard Sailing Team, creepy sea songs by Captain Ronzo, burlesque by an assortment of spooky hotties, comedy, music, variety, craziness, costumes, variety and things so demented we haven’t even thought of them!
$5!!! For all the fun

NNN casting call
We are always looking for nautical themed acts, mad men and women, DJs, photographers, grilled cheese sandwich makers, mermaids, sailors, silly heads and tech hands to join the wild times. Please email us at if this is you.

New (updated) NNN Myspace Page
Look us up at our new, updated myspace page:

Our myspace page now features new great Video of NNN:
Get a sneak peak of the awesome times here, special thanks to videographer extraordinaire Mike Tapp. (Note: this video is SO beautiful and SO ENTERTAINING!! And I’m not just saying that. Featuring Pegasus Panties, Get Your Summer Beach Bod Ready, Ben Lerman, Lopi Laroe, Dame Darcy & Jessica Delfino, Circles For Hearts and more!)

If you can’t access myspace for some reason, you can also see it here:

Story about NNN by someone who survived to tell the tale
Fresh-faced NY Press writer Justin Richards joined forces with Naughty Nautical Nite for an evening, made it through the storm and wrote about it.

Read his story here:

Sept. 19th
It came and went, but for those of you who celebrate one of our favorite holidays, if you have any fun photos or stories to tell us, please email us at and we may feature them on our site or in the next newsletter...

NNN’s favorite Nautical Character of the month:
This ice-cream cake whale is a delicious, not-so-nutritious way to get away with eating seafood for those of us who are vegetarians and opt not to chew on our face-having friends. Mmmmm…taste the guilt-free goodness. We love Fudgie the Whale! -- (no it’s not a german poopy porno site)


People, Places and Things I Love, Hot Tips, Cool Shit, etc.


I’m a big fan of Dame Darcy’s and have been ever since I met her when we
toured together on Lisa “Suckdog” Crystal Carver’s “Drugs Are Nice” book tour. Pick up Darcy’s awesome MeatCake comic (a new one just hit the swarvy deck) and check this out:

Dame Darcy’s new graphic novel GASOLINE is being released now!
Visit to pre-order yours and see related events in LA and NYC and more details associated with the book release. AND SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, Nov. 6th we’re having a huge GASOLINE blow out as part of Naughty Nautical Nite.

$500, SUBLET Artists Studio
Amazing art studio for share with really nice, fun, creative, female artist! Lots of light, your own individual space and beautiful big easel and worktables to use. Ideally looking for another painter but other creatives are welcome.

Studio space is located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY by the Graham L stop. We are looking for someone to sublet Oct. Nov. and Dec. We won't be using the space much because we will have gallery shows running through these months, so you'd have the place to yourself most of the time. We are open to continuing to share the studio when we return. You can keep working there next year too upon discussion.

Walking distance to L train. Graham Stop. Artist's Work Space Only.
Showing now! $500. super affordable, all utilities included. Beautiful large Space.
Again this is an Artists workspace only, No Living, Thanks!
 Contact Dame Darcy at


…is what happens when you combine TVcarnage and Street Boners.
This awesome website brought to you by Derrick Beckles of TV Carnage / those crazy assed TRUTH commercials and Gavin McInness of VICE MAGAZINE is one of the greatest websites in existence. It’s funny, rude and just all around great reading material, especially the Street Boners. I’m a contributor to the site now, which means I’m probably going to get punished by God now. Great.



I’m a fan and friend of Victor Varnado, but also this show sounds like it’s going to be really fun and awesome. So go. About the show:

The Awkward Kings of Comedy, a new standup documentary, is taping live in New York City. The film will showcase four African-American comics whose work expands the genre of black comedy while it presents each comic's distinct and very nerdy point of view.

Awkward comedians Victor Varnado (Late Night with Conan O'Brien, My Name is Earl), Hannibal Buress (The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Live at Gotham), Eric André (Live at Gotham, HBO's Aspen Comedy Festival) and Baron Vaughn (Damn Yankees, Live At Gotham) will show the world jokester misfits are to be laughed at on their own terms.

Shows FREE with reservation: To reserve, email
kings [at] supreme robot [dot] com or call (800) 521-4205 (be sure to specify which show: 6:00 or 8:30. limit 4 tickets. Please leave email if calling)

Awkward Kings
Tuesday, Sept. 23rd
Bleecker Street Theater, 45 Bleecker St.
Early show 6 PM, Later show at 8:30
with after party somewhere


This festival is a lot of fun – a collection of “bad” plays and musicals – bad as in naughty or bad as in just ridiculous. Submit your play – the festival gets huge audiences and is a great time. Check the website for submission details. They’ll be posted soon. Read the guidelines and fill out the application here:


Damnation Alley
A 70’s apocalyptic film based on a science-fiction short story by Roger Zelazny. One of my favorite comedians, Kevin Maher, will be showing the film for all of our viewing pleasure.

More about Damnation Alley:

See it!
Saturday, Sept. 27th
7 PM / $7
@ Under St. Marks
St. Marks (8th St.) at 2nd Avenue
94 St. Marks bet. 1st and Ave A



That’s right…it’s official. There’s now a festival, celebrating vaginas. In NYC. I’ll be performing my show “Dirty Folk Rock” as part of the festival.
Festival dates are October 24-26 and the festival takes place at Sage Theater.

Come celebrate (the vagina and the festival) at the Vagina Festival reception!

Vag Fest Party
@ Lolita Bar, corner of Broome and Allen Sts.
7 PM
For more information about the festival:



Or anything else you’ve got kicking around.
I work in the format of nail polish and glitter. Looking for some pizzazz and zing? I will glam up any instrument or article of clothing you’ve got laying around.

Email me at

my axe


That’s all for now bs and gs…see you in November!!!



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Friday, September 19, 2008


Sarah Palin seems to have come up out of nowhere while I was in London singing my dirty folk rock songs. I'm bummed I missed out on all the excitement but I'm returning home to see that others have been taking good advantage of this press field day, such as Doug Stanhope who is my new favorite feminist. Go, Doug!

Check it out if you haven't already seen this doozy. Take that, Sarah, you turd!

Never in history has a woman been under more pressure to keep an
unwanted pregnancy than Bristol Palin. She is the teenage daughter of
Alaska Governor & Vice-Presidential hopeful Sarah Palin - a
conservative, Creationist Christian power-vampire and pro-life huckster
who has put Bristol and her un-welcomed fetus at the center of a
politico-religious crusade to stop her exercising her constitutional
right to terminate the pregnancy.

Rather than sit back and impotently bemoan Bristol's tragic, lonely
circumstance, it is time for us - the silent majority - to unite behind
this poor, imprisoned woman and save her from both a tyrannical
household as well as the horrible nightmare of a forced childbirth.

These are not empty words. I, Doug Stanhope, am offering you, Bristol
Palin, the sum of 25,000 dollars so that you can abort your child and
move out of that draconian home. I have also set up a PayPal link so
that others around the world can help increase this amount to ease the
burden of starting out on your own at such an early age.

I was once in a similar situation where I'd accidentally impregnated a
girl and she had to make that same fateful decision that now faces you.
It was easy for her - she didn't have a fascist, oligarch parent, the
entire Republican Party or the sneering eyes of the Christian Right to
contend with, much less a daft, puppet boyfriend who's just waiting for
the cameras to stop rolling so he can bolt like a gazelle.

We made the right choice and rather than end up bitter rivals in court
battles over custody or support, we are great friends who high-five
over our decision and have all the free time and disposable income that
young mothers never know. I now pay it forward and offer some of that
money to you.

You don't need to ruin your future in order to support the
megalomaniacal self-promotion of a mother whose every action is rooted
in a demonic ego and archaic superstition. Don't become victim of the
same pressure that had your brother "volunteering" for duty in Iraq.

Please consider my offer as time is of the essence. You don't want this
child, the father certainly doesn't want this child and the world
doesn't need another wailing mouth to feed.

I empathize with the amount of attention, pressure and possibly
out-right threats you are getting to give birth against your will and I
understand that at your age, you may go through with it no matter how
much you don't want to. Either way, you have inspired me to try to make
a difference.

Even if you cannot take my offer, I will still use my money or money
donated through this page to pay for at least one abortion for a
disadvantaged teenage girl each year for the rest of my life in the
name of your mother. And in my will, I shall have a good portion of my
estate turned into the Sarah J Palin Abortion Fund that will help girls
from all walks of life from destroying their lives and our natural
resources by having children.

You are not alone, Bristol. There are many of us out here who care.

Please show Bristol you care by either donating or signing the
guestbook to let her know that there is true love for her outside of
her current surroundings.

So as to negate any rumor-mongering that I seek to profit from this, I
have changed the link so that any donations will go directly to, a group that assists woman who need assistance
paying for abortions. And I'll raise my own offer to Bristol to $50,000
to keep up with the crashing US dollar.


Alright, Doug!!!! Now that's putting your money where your mouth is.

Monday, September 15, 2008

DIARIES FROM THE (wrong side of the road) V:


It's been a super huzzah of a time here in the city that gets plenty of rest, as opposed to my home city, NYC, the city that never sleeps, but now that time has come to an end. My closing show was the best one of them all. Not only did it sell out but the audience was amazing. After the show we went to a great party called Stranger Than Paradise that was reminiscent of NYC's Rubulad where I hung out with the sweet and sassy Dame Amanda and an awesome and crazy gypsy 9 piece band from Canada called Blackberry Wood. I made so many new friends on my trip and didn't lose my wallet (yet) get pick-pocketed (yet)
or spend too much money (I still have to turn in my pounds which will actually make me money since they turn into almost 2 for one to dollars...)

I loved staying in Hackney with Marisa Carnesky (go see her Ghost Train in Blackpool) and in Stockwell with Simon from Duckie (go hang out at his show at Vauxhall Tavern next Saturday night) and I will miss London, as I did last time I left this polite, smart, fashionable city. But I am a little homesick, I must admit -- I miss my dirty NYC. It matches my personality pretty well. There's a reason 16 million people hang out there on a daily basis.

Thank you list:

Thank you so much to Alex on camera making me look and feel like a rock star and for tour support, help, merch, and doing everything you could to make the work seem like play, Chris on tech who worked his little butt off, Daniel Michael for his opening comedy introduction, Steve, Jenny, Nick and everyone at the Soho Theatre for making me feel welcome and well taken care of, Nancy Poole for doing an awesome job with PR, David Goo for looking out for me and helping with the show, Ollie for the ride back to Hackney, Geo for video taping, Nina for your help too, David McSavage for being fun and insane like me, Mike and Amanda for extra gigs and fun times, Ollie, Sarah and my other friends who came out to say hi, Loudmouth Records Evan and Dan for your support, Rupert for the AWESOME roller skates (!), Marisa Carnesky and Simon Casson for your generosity and comfortable accommodations and to everyone who came out to the show, bought tickets, laughed, cursed me, reviewed the show, loved it, hated it, bought CDs and tee shirts and rape whistles, bought me drinks afterwards, gave me advice and made me feel like I've actually done something important with my life and not just assembled a filthy collection of jokes and dirty folk rock. Also, anyone I forgot.

You've all helped to make my crazy feral dreams come true!!

I do hope to return soooon. It was suggested to me that I come back to The Soho Theatre and move to the bigger stage since I sold the 80 seater out. So I'm gonna get to work on THAT.

Shit list: American Airlines, Shazam who works the door at the bar next to Soho Theatre, that other asshole (you know who you are).

David Goo on stage at Cross King's Pub

Good bye everyone!! Bye bye!! New York, get my bed ready, please.

Saturday, September 13, 2008


Just the hits!! Songs, jokes, fancy lighting! This is the closing night of Dirty Folk Rock and my London trip and show have been amazing -- a critic's choice in Time Out London...sold out shows...awesome times all around.

You can read all about the adventures and see pictures at The show is almost sold out last I heard (and it did sell out last night) but if you want to see me and can't get a ticket for the Soho show, I'll be doing a late night set around 1 am at Stranger Than Paradise -- a huge party in Brixton.

If you're gonna miss both, email me at and I'll put you on my mailing list...I will be back in London very soon! And you can pick the new CD up at or by sending me a message.

While I'm gone and you're missing me, visit some of my favorite friends: Duckie in Battersea on Saturday night at the Vauxhall Tavern and Marisa Carnesky's Ghost Train in Blackpool. Tell 'em Delfino sentcha.

Ms. Delfino

Thursday, September 11, 2008

DIARIES FROM THE (wrong side of the) ROAD part IV

It's another rainy day here in London, which doesn't make me angry -- nay -- the rain just makes this city more romantic.

Yesterday I spent the afternoon on Brick Lane, the Williamsburg of London, scooting around on foot, checking out all the little shops and street tables full of odds and ends. I bought a beautiful dress with little hearts on it. It made me feel 10 again.

I went there specifically to go find this old roller skate shop I wandered into last year when I was here. There were 15 pairs of roller skates in there of the coolest ilk -- orange and blue stripes, pink with purple paint splotches whipped across them, green stars on fluorescent yellow backdrops -- I'm talking show skates. Aside from the skates, there were white rasta dudes smoking joints out front and nothing else in or around the place. When I went back yesterday, the spot is a legitimate enough shop now, filled with records and clothes and all kinds of very trendy little dings and dongs, mostly American.

But all the roller skates were gone! I should have bought them when I had a chance. But I had no room in my suit case, believe it or not. That was my excuse. But I literally had bags and bags to cart home with me after spending a month in Edinburgh and then three weeks in London.

Though my heart was broken, I made a new pal (the guy who runs the joint) and he promised to keep his eye out for some fancy wheels for me.

Next I wandered into a shop and was recognized by a store customer from my Edinburgh show. That was flattering! He said HE had a pair of roller skates with heart laces and would give them to me. It was like a miracle gift.

On my last stop down Brick Lane, I happened upon a little vintage store called "I Dream Of Wires" and saw the London version of Reverend Jen's troll museum.

It was a much smaller version, but it featured it's very own Unicorn troll. It was the most beautiful little monster I've ever seen.

I got a review in yesterday's METRO. It's a good review for the most part -- a bit mixed, as I said it would be. In general, she calls me "seriously talented" (OK!), she calls the show "stirring" and calls a few of her favorite of my songs out by name, labeling them "accessible but delightfully weird" (nice!) but says the show needs to be reworked a little bit and needs some fine tuning. And she was right on and nailed it pretty good. I knew that after opening night I needed to fix a few things, and I did, and now the show is like a machine. I wish that press came night 3, because by then all the quirks would be worked out. But I'm glad press came at all, and I'm glad they had good things to say.

Today I'm going to move to Battersea to stay with a friend there and wander around in the rain. I have a pretty umbrella to keep me dry-ish.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

DIARIES FROM THE (wrong side of the) ROAD III

Last night was opening night of my show at Soho Theatre. It was a pretty good show, all in all. There was a full house with only one or two technical mishaps -- one was that my pretty red lights fell down onto the ground and caught on fire, burning and melting the felt they were attached to. My big finale was a cover song by Whitney Houston -- "Saving All My Love For You" where I clambered around through the audience and sung the song "as Whitney Houston".

That bit and my homeless joke didn't go over too well, the London audience also didn't adore "I Was In Love With You" which is generally one of my hits in America. (Hey puke dick I was in love with you...)

But for the most part, the show went pretty well and I was happy with the turn out and the audience response.

Let's see what the reviews say, if any. They will surely be mixed, as most of the reviews I get are. Hopefully the show won't be thought of as so bad that it makes the front page of the news, as poor Russell Brand's set at the VMA awards has. What a drag the press can be. I don't understand what happened there. That's the media for you. One minute they're sucking your tits off and the next minute they're ferociously (metaphorically) stabbing you with a pair of tailoring scissors (they're extra sharp).

Oh yeah -- one person walked out of the show at the end. Some guy with a hat on. He looked really pissed. I don't understand how a show called "Dirty Folk Rock" that is advertised as "edgy" and "outlandish" might be something a sensitive person would go check out. That type of person should probably attend the "Easy Listening" Comedy Hour or something, if one exists. And if one doesn't exist, maybe that will be my next show. Easy Listening Comedy. Hmm. I like the sounds of that. Makes me wanna dance around the house in a silk bathrobe with a mop.

Tonight is show #2 of the Soho Theatre run...we'll see how it goes!! And by we, I guess I mostly mean me.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

DIARIES FROM THE (wrong side of the) ROAD part II

Yesterday was another day that was so exciting, my feetsies were left aching and my forearms feel like Popeye's (the cartoon character, not the chicken place) from carrying my guitar case all over the place.

The morning started early with a car arriving to pick me up and carry me off to the BBC to be on a fun radio show called "Loose Ends" featuring some really interesting acts and performers, many of them comedic. The show facilitator, Clive Anderson is known for his work on "Who's Line Is It, Anyway?" as well as for being a comedy writer and clever bastard in general. Show highlights for me included chatting with Robin Ince, a show interviewer and famous, funny comedian, who I've known of for years and have seen perform several times but haven't gotten to meet yet.

He was very nice and made me feel a little star struck. I didn't even try to be funny around him because I knew I'd just end up sounding like a psychotic blabbering turd, so I just tried to let him do most of the talking.

But he was very sweet and unpretentious, as were all the people on the show.

I also really enjoyed a band from Brooklyn, NY who were also on the show, called Clare & The Reasons. They were dressed all in red and sang a song about Pluto's planetary title being revoked. It was the kind of music that might be the backdrop in a scene in a movie where someone is take a soothing bath.

Afterwards, we went to some pub where there was a bucket of nachos, a bunch of olives and some mini vegetable samosas, had a pint and all got to chit chat.

Later that evening, I played at an awesome joint called Duckie in Battersea to a sweaty, vast mass of gay gentlemen, possibly some straight men as well, perhaps a dozen lesbians as well as a handful of people who were probably lost. The show host, Amy Lame is something of a celebrity here in the UK for her work on radio and as a journalist and is performing on a reality show right now called "Celeb Air" where she is seeing what it's like to work as an airline hostess / celebrity. Also on the show were Bearlesque, a bunch of jolly, silly, rotund gentlemen who got semi-nude for the screaming gay crowd's viewing pleasure. Fred Bear led them in their escapades. Duckie was awesome and exhausting and I loved every second of it. The audience there made me remember why I ever got into this wacky business in the first place.

This is a beautiful park that is very near the place I'm staying in Hackney. It made me feel like a witch woman from the 1970s.

Tonight I'm playing at Cross King's Bar, David Goo's show. He has a silly name and he is an awesome musician, and not bad looking either, laaaa-diessss.

Tomorrow is opening night of my Soho Theatre show. I would be lying if I didn't say I was a little nervous.

Saturday, September 6, 2008

DIARIES FROM THE (wrong side of the) ROAD

Today I write from Hackney, a lovely borough of London which I liken to Williamsburg, NYC (not colonial Williamsburg). It's got all the cute coffee shops, bizarre adorable hangouts and gentrification (token crack head or three as well) with out all the developers coming in and tearing shit down, which now that I think about it, isn't so far from colonial Williamsburg after all.

I fell in love with London the last time I was here, with their plethora of red doors and clever architecture, snazzy double decker busses, love of art and culture, and those damn irresistible accents. They're so stinking quaint here I am torn - do I hug or punch? Hug or punch? It's a real conundrum. The light in London is lovely, as well.

The only thing I do not like about London is that I feel like a peasant on a field trip to the big city in that I can't afford to do anything but walk around and stare at shit. The dollar is so weak here, I might as well be trying to purchase goods with turds, rocks, or something else worth nothing. Nevertheless, there are no shortage of funny signs to take pictures of, cool graveyards to clamber around through and cozy cushions on the "tube" so that my butt is getting the royal treatment, even if my wallet is not.

Yesterday I did an interview with BBC radio, only one of the largest media sources in the entire world. And it was on terrestrial radio, none of that cyber station shit. That's one of the things I love about London the best. They let me be who I am and even embrace me for it. To make a metaphor for my art and music, I'm like a gay who is not only allowed to be openly gay here, but rewarded for it.

I was on the Nemone Show, and Nemone (and Jax, her show assistant producer / chum) were very friendly and fun. You can hear the interview, which went out live yesterday, at this link.

I have a photographer here with me who is documenting the trip and taking pictures of everything I do, which makes me feel pretty important / self-conscious. He's not bad in the sack, either. (He doesn't hog all the blankets.) He's so talented he should be getting fellated hourly just because he's alive, not to mention he's "chest-pain level" adorable. See for yourself...

Tonight I'm performing at a huge gay club called Duckie which is the coolest place on earth. Imagine a virtual Disney Land for gays, without any of the (typical) rides. Imagine a room, jam packed, wall to wall, with hundreds of beautiful, silly, enthusiastic (drunken) people (mostly men). This is Duckie. Simon Casson, who is responsible for assembling C'est Duckie in NYC last winter is the dude in charge and he sure knows how to throw a party. He's also verrry funny.

My Soho Theatre show starts on Monday, Sept. 8th and runs to Sept. 13th. Captain Hilarious joins me here in London tomorrow, Sunday the 7th to guest in the Soho Theatre show. I can't wait for either or both.

Jessica anxiously awaits the show, the captain

Monday, September 1, 2008


Be it between two or twenty two...


For example:

Person #1: Something really awesome happened today at work...

Person #2: What?

Person #1: I got fired...

(go to above link for the ending of this conversation)