Forgot to post this earlier. Here I am having a lil fun with the doomsday prophecy. My point? If a religion tells you that dogs don’t go to heaven, there is something f**king wrong with that religion and you shouldn’t give them all your money:
Archive for May, 2011
A rockin’ new video promoting my upcoming book! Video by Courtney Fathom Sell. Music by Brer Brian.
My good friend, Jason “Jboy” Thompson, made a documentary about me and it’s screening this Saturday night!!! Have only seen the rough cut, but I have to say, it is a stoner classic for the ages:
REV / QUEST FOR CAMELTOE ( 69 minutes ), a new film by Jason Thompson starring Reverend Jen, Faceboy, Moonshine Shorey, Mike Raphone, Mangina and more!
Time/Date: 7:30 PM, Saturday, May 7, 2011.
Place: SVA Theatre
333 West 23 Street, NYC (Between Eighth and Ninth Avenues) This is the largest screen in Manhattan!
Price: The screening is free and open to the public
NYC, NY— For twenty years now Reverend Jen and the community of lively misfits who are her collaborators have been creating live theater, publishing books, and keeping New York weird in the best way. The course of events documented in REV / QUEST FOR CAMELTOE follow the pathetically underfunded stages in the production of episode five of Really Cool Neighborhood, a profane stage play in the format of children’s television. We have seating for 467 people. Get there early because space is obviously extremely limited!
Reverend Jen is a performer, painter, playwright, underground movie star, open mike host, ASS Magazine founder and elf who lives in the Lower East Side Troll Museum with her Chihuahua, Reverend Jen Junior. She is a columnist for www.artnet.com, a writer for Penthouse and a former sex columnist for http://www.nerve.com. Her books include Live Nude Elf: the Sexperiments of Reverend Jen, Reverend Jen’s Really Cool Neighborhood (Printed Matter) and the upcoming Elf Girl (to be released by Simon and Schuster in November 2011).
REV / QUEST FOR CAMELTOE was edited by Max Cypress.