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“PROMTRASH SWEET 16”
Wednesday, April 18th, doors open at 10 PM, show time is 11 PM sharp!
…at Bob and Barbara’s, 1509 South Street, Philadelphia PA. 215-545-4511
$1.99 to get in, must be age 21 and up!
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the trashiest Prom Queen of all? That’s right, folks, time again to pick America’s Trashiest Prom Queen!
The Dumpsta Players celebrate their 16th Annual stag, drag, come-as-you-were/are/is “PROMTRASH SWEET 16” at Bob and Barbara’s in Philadelphia!
Join rich, middle-age bitches, Alaya Richman and Holly Lefkowitz-Hawthorne, as they outspend each other celebrating their sixteen year-old daughters’ birthdays, attempting to upstage “PromTrash!”
Aborto The Clown defends her 2011 Prom Trash Crown against last year’s runner up, K & A’s finest, Margaret Orthodox!
It’s revenge of the dreadful prom, so join in the ffffun! We invite all to put on a prom dress, don a tux and compete with the gender bending drag kings, queens, straight up females and males, faghags, pretty princesses and assorted other freaks!
Come enjoy the sensational crowning in… “PROMTRASH 16”!!!!
“Can’t Stand Losing You” by The Police
Back in the days before MTV, or before everyone except me had cable television and MTV, I would seek out every possible avenue to see music videos. Long about 1980, 1981, those avenues were few.
There was a program called “Rockworld” that aired on the pre-Fox channel 29, on the UHF dial for all the old folks reading, and that was one outlet for pre-MTV music videos. It was an hour long and would feature one or two artists or bands per episode, and there really weren’t that many episodes, and they repeated them often. This was where I saw many of the early videos by Adam and the Ants, DEVO, Van Halen, the Pretenders, and The Police.
The Police videos all looked they had been filmed on the same day, and quite possibly with a single budget. Besides “Can’t Stand Losing You,” one of my all-time favorites, there was also “Walking on the Moon,” “Message in a Bottle,” and of course, “Roxanne.”