Peaches Christ Productions Proudly Presents
THE NIGHTMARE WE CALL CHRISTMAS
Edward Scissorhands At The Castro Theatre
Saturday, December 15th 8pm
ARE YOU ON SANTA’S “NAUGHTY” LIST EVERY YEAR? DO CHRISTMAS CAROLS CURDLE YOUR BLOOD? THEN SCISSOR YOUR WAY DOWN TO SAN FRANCISCO'S BIGGEST GATHERING OF HOLIDAY MISFITS!
Do not miss "THE NIGHTMARE WE CALL CHRISTMAS"- an all-new TIM BURTON HOLIDAY REVUE starring PEACHES CHRIST and her flawed, tragic side-kick MARTINY SCISSOR-CLAWS preceding a screening of the immortally gloomy holiday classic EDWARD SCISSORHANDS!
Joy to the world! There's no need to sit on a strange man's lap in a mall to get what you want for Christmas this year (unless you want to be groped by a stranger, which is always high on our list). Peaches Christ already knows exactly what you want: a not-at-all silent night of goth holiday glory at San Francisco's historic Castro Theatre! With that in mind she has concocted a ghoul-tide extravaganza like none other: the Peaches Christ Productions world premiere of THE NIGHTMARE WE CALL CHRISTMAS, an all-new Antichristmas Pageant featuring a screening of the only holiday movie with skintight leather bodysuits, a fervent appreciation for hair styling and topiary maintenance, and Winona Ryder in a blonde wig: Tim Burton's EDWARD SCISSORHANDS.
But that's not all! Edward Scissorhands is just one of many unforgettable characters Tim Burton has given us, and the spectacular NIGHTMARE WE CALL CHRISTMAS pre-show will pay tribute to a wide range of Burtonian weirdos, featuring guest appearances from the likes of Beetlejuice, Pee-Wee Herman, The Queen Of Hearts, Mrs. Lovett, a chorus of oompah-loompahs, and so much more. Peaches Christ will be steering this sleigh ride to hell as "Peach Boggs," alongside her very "special" sidekick, "Martiny Scissor-claws." Drink away your holiday misery with cocktails in our North Pole-Dancer Lounge in the Castro Mezzanine.
And make sure to dress up in your gloomiest holiday look for our HOLIDAY MACABRE COSTUME CONTEST.
So come on down to the Castro Theatre, and do not ask for whom the jingle bell tolls -- it tolls for thee! You might even come upon a midnight queer, by which we mean Frosty the Blowman. Do you hear what I hear? It sounds like someone is being killed! Someone should probably call 911.