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Peacock After Dark is a variety show that is brought together by Peacock Productions. It is a glamorous and highly compelling gala that is primarily all about drag entertainment and celebrating LGBT pride. After four successful years of the show’s inception, the producers are putting together this extravaganza once more. Not only will this be an entertainment affair, but it is also set to be a charity event. Proceeds from all Peacock After Dark tickets purchased will be donated to the “Audria M. Edwards Scholarship Fund”. Like all its preceding shows, this year too will bring to the audiences a cast that is as talented as it is diverse. The performers would be unlike anything anyone in Pacific Northwest has seen before.
Back in 1987, Lady Elaine Peacock found what was then known as “Peacock in the Park”. At the time, she was also part of “Imperial Sovereign Rose Court” or ISRC, which was one of the area’s biggest LGBT organizations. At the ISRC, she was known as the Rose Empress XXIX. She had always wanted to produce a show that celebrated the Drag and LGBT culture, and she dreamt of holding it in Washington Park’s “Rose Gardens”.
So, to make her dream a reality, Lady Elaine Peacock went through every radio station and through every news outlet to know which the best day would be to execute this vision of a variety show. She wanted the weather to be perfect. Soon, she got herself a permit for the show and the first ever Peacock After Dark show, then known as “Peacock and the Roses”, was a go. Unfortunately not many Peacock After Dark tickets sold. But the audiences that did attend turned out to be energetic and genuinely excited about a show of such nature. It was a simple event, without any lavish stage or food stalls or merchandise that they have today. In fact, it was a simple gathering of family and friends that were in attendance.
The hostesses for this year’s Peacock After Dark show will be Maria Petera Lake and Poison Marie Walters. Their dynamic and wit has harmonized perfectly in the past, so the show is in competent hands. The rest of the cast will consist of talent from all over Pacific Northwest. It will be an array of singers, impersonators, dancers, and comedians. Popular acts within the community such as Jinx Monsoon, The Superstar Divas, Darcelle XC and Company, and Adrienne Alexander will also be performing.
The Peacock After Dark show is funny, slightly edgy, but very family friendly. It is a fun outlet for the LGBT and Drag community to get together and pool in their many talents. Peacock After Dark tickets are only $30 a piece and are easily available on any of the online portals.
This year’s production team is also as talented as they are passionate. It includes the President of the Peacock Productions herself, Maria, who will also be hosting the show. She has been a known figure and somewhat of a leader to the community for over 23 years. She started out as an entertainer, giving Oregon some of its most popular drag shows. She was also “Ms. Gay Portland” to “The Portland Forum” which is Oregon’s earliest LGBT organizations.
Also part of the production team is Co-founder Kimberlee Van Patten, who has over 26 years worth of experience when it comes to putting together shows like the Peacock After Dark. She first started out her work in 1984, joining the ISRC and becoming part of their board of directors. She was president to the organization for three years before she finally became “Rose Emperor XXIII”.
Gina Valdez has also helped bring the show together. She has been involved in shows of such nature since 1986. In 1987, she was deemed “Prince XII” and in 1997, she was given the honor of “Prince XXII”. In her time, she was also one of the board of directors for the ISRC. She now runs a foster care centre along with her partner. She has been part of the Peacock Productions since 2002.
Jane Arends is also part of the show who started off by being a volunteer to the “Peacock in the Park” shows. She did not start off as an entertainer—she was an educationist. This just goes to show that anyone can be part of this production. In its fifth year, the show is promising to be funny, smart-witted, and awe inspiring as some of the community’s finest get together in a display of talent.