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Dykefoot

Bigfoot sighting at Portland's Clinton Street Theater

First-ever lesbian Sasquatch horror film, Dykefoot, debuts on October 7

Queer horror gets harry at Portland's Clinton Street Theater on October 7 when Dykefoot premieres at 7:30 p.m. Shot summer 2018 by director John-Ryan Griggs, known for recent Portland stage productions of Masters of the Musical Universe, and Showgirls the Musical, and launching this March's Tonya Harding Film Festival, the film makes it's debut at the landmark theater after being successfully funded this spring via Indiegogo.

In the film, four friends head into the woods for a weekend of camping, but are met with a string of terrors in this humorous take on 80’s horror films when they fail to 'respect the woods'. “I wanted to make a film that looked as amazing as it was ridiculous,” says director, Griggs. “The idea of a lesbian bigfoot was very funny to me, and by shooting the film in a very dramatic, cinematic way, I think the end result is quite amazing.” Despite the salacious title, Griggs says that the film carries an important underlying message. “You'll see early on that Dykefoot is an environmentally conscious bigfoot, so 'respect the woods' is common theme throughout the movie.”

Drawing from the cadence of 80's horror films, and utilizing gore effects and techniques in 70's Italian horror films, Glitterdrop Productions debuts Dykefoot starring: RhyanMichelIe Hills, Nick Dent, John Branch, and Kellee June Korpi. Kopri also serves as producer with Griggs and long-time friend and collaborator, Brad London. The film runs 31 mins, and is not appropriate for younger audiences due to violence, adult language and some nudity. For more information visit dykefoot.com

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Work

Wish Heart Dance

Wish Heart Dance

A collection of works from Geoff Wishart: a dancer from a family of welders, chasing a dream. The sold out shows ran May 11-13, 2018 at Portland's Headwaters Theatre.

"I started out late in dance but I fell in love with it. I worked hard to prove myself and to catch up for lost time. Dance has taken me to places I wouldnt have ever seen, introduced me to people I never would have met, and has changed my life in so many ways. As I evolve into more of a musical theater/acting role, I wanted to commemorate all that work and life. So I created this show as a 'Thank You' to dance.".

Sharp Edges The Tonya Harding Film Fest

Sharp Edges—The Tonya Harding Film Festival

A Touch Too Much proudly presented Sharp Edges—The Tonya Harding Film Festival at The Alberta Rose Theatre March 8, 2018, 7:30 pm. The evening featured the world premiere of the 1986 Tonya Harding documentary Sharp Edges with a Q&A session from the film's director, Sandra Luckow. Following the Q&A session, a special screening of the 1996 action/thriller Breakaway, marking Tonya Harding's acting debut.

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?

A parody of the 1962 classic film, this camp/thriller from director John-Ryan Griggs (Showgirls the Musical, Masters of the Musical Universe) centers around a demented former child star living with her paralyzed sister, whom she tortures with her monstrous temper and deranged culinary efforts. With dreams of relaunching her Hollywood career, she will stop at nothing to regain her faded glory. The show starred Melissa Hanson and Kellee June Korpi, and at The Headwaters Theatre October 19–22, 2017.

Showgirls the Musical

The greatest story ever told!

A whore dancer becomes an understudy in a Las Vegas show, sleeps with the boss, and pushes the star down a flight of stairs. Showgirls the Musical, a musical parody of the cult classic, debuted in Chicago in October 2012, and made it's way to Portland's Hollywood Theatre in November, 2014. The girls returned to Portland again June 16–19, 2016 at The Headwaters Theatre.

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A Touch Too Much Productions formed in 2011 when John-Ryan Griggs and Chad D. Comer launched their Kickstarter campaign aimed at bringing a stripper-centric fairy tale to the stage. Their debut effort, Showgirls the Musical, opened in Chicago, IL October 2012. The sold-out run snatched national media attention, being featured in The Huffington Post on two separate occasions.

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