Posted on October 31, 2016
This Halloween season has been so full and busy which I have found to be very exciting!
Kicked off the weekend with a performance at Joe’s Halloween party with fellow entertainers Bendovah Plenti and Anastasia Beaverhausen. Bendovah and I opened the show with our Hocus Pocus number, after which we all did one solo performance, followed by a sing-along to Time Warp!
Opening act, we were down one sister (she went to dust early)
I had so much fun debuting my 1940’s style Silent Hill Nurse with the mask by Brian ‘Daguru’ Beech. Working on this dress was SUPER FUN. Using Butterick Pattern 6018 in a size 16 I made minimal adjustments which made the dress pretty form fitting. I used cotton muslin to create the dress and splattered it with Rit Dye in Crimson and Chocolate (Brown). I love that my neighbors just accept the fact that sometimes I splatter fake blood on costumes in my front lawn.
Here is a montage from my number as a Silent Hill Nurse!
On Saturday I transformed into the Hostess for Cardinal Stage Company’s presentation of the Rocky Horror Picture show at the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre. There were two showings of the movie, one at 8PM and one at Midnight, and both were sold-out with 5-600 people in the theatre.
This was the first time that I had hosted such a large event and to say, “I was nervous” was a slight understatement! Once I walked out on stage I shook all the fears away and just had fun, which was made even more enjoyable with the amazing audiences I had!
We had a “Devirginization” costume contest where we played all sorts of fun games on stage. Games like, eat popcorn off a strangers body, sexy words (like scrotum), “Whose Your Daddy?”, and peel the banana with only your mouth!
Banana game excerpt!
All the contests were amazing and I had fun with each and every one of them!
I am so very grateful for all the opportunities that I received this week and I am looking forward to a VERY busy month! I’ll keep you all update! Happy Halloween!
❤ Oriana Perón ❤ #werrrkoriana