An original fairy tale set in an alpine forest. Milk maid Trixie Littlewurst is trapped in servitude to a giant penis-centric Cockoo Clock, where she is obligated to "water" a Garden of Dicks with her own breast milk. When a mysterious beggar women named Wind Tits, flies into the yard (propelled by her saggy old lady boobs) the milk maid is presented with an offer; Wind Tits will grant her her freedom and, in exchange, Trixie must travel to the Forest, brave many dangers and take the crown from the sprawling Titty Clitty Creature, which feeds on the hearts of the hopeful, at which time she will become the Queen of Everything.
Written in collaboration with the ivy league clown Justine Williams, produced by a kick ass all-female team in New York City (see below), with original music by Gato Loco. Inspired by archetypal symbolism pioneers, Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell and Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés. Performed in Baltimore March 2016 at Creative Alliance and New York City April 2016 at the Celebration of Whimsy.
Original production team included:
Co-Producer Sapphire Jones
Production Coordinator Boo Bess
Director and Co-Writer Justine Williams
Creative Direction Jenny C’est Quoi
Art Department Cheeky Lane, Juanita Cardenas, Elena Delgado
Stage Management Cait Lang
Performers and Co-Choreographers Ede Nightcrawler and Georgia Sanford
Stage Hand and “Shadow” Lara Fox
Original Score Gato Loco