- Through stories, songs, and portraits of women, ellen cherry takes you on a personal tour of her diary. Whimsical, poignant and melodic, ellen allows you to “glimpse through this portal into a vast emotional galaxy” (Amanda Gunther, theatrebloom.com). Normally a 75 minute journey, ellen presents a special highlights performance for the Charm City Kitty Club’s Anniversary Show!
- Oceanauts is an experimental romcom vidpo (romantic comedy video poem) about two androgynous star-crossed lovers, lost at sea. The video remixes original text by McShea with repurposed popular text and video. This video is their second collaboration — Anchor and McShea met as founding members of the Charm City Kitty Club and created their first collaboration, Cosmonautica, along with Sam Wylie for the 2nd ever Charm City Kitty Club, Dykes In Space, Jan 25, 2003.
- Arthur Loves Plastic is Bev Stanton, who was born in the Bahamas and raised near Walt Disney World. She has won over a dozen Washington Area Music Awards in the Electronica category. Her music has appeared in Here TV’s Lesbian Sex & Sexuality as well as shows on the Discovery Channel, VH1, and MTV. Stanton is one of 24 female electronic artists and deejays profiled in Pink Noises: Women in Electronic Music and Sound.
- Tula Mae Petula is an author and journalist, a performance poet and a recording artist. She has been writing professionally for over fifteen years. She has performed at venues ranging from the famous Bowery Poetry Club in New York City, to theaters like The Creative Alliance in Baltimore, MD and The DC Arts Center in Washington, D.C., to nightclubs in Miami’s South Beach at Winter Music Conference. Her work is best described as sensual storytelling, combining erotic lyrics, music, and Petula’s unique stage presence.
- Rose Vineshank, known as a master of punalingus, is a Baltimore local who’s been doing stand-up since 2014 (though she was voted ‘funniest senior’ all the way back in 2009). She is a huge fan of Andy Kaufman and plans on faking her own death shortly after the show.