Little Miss Potentiality Returns

Please join me for a screening of my movie, Toxic Energy Little Miss Potentiality Returns, at the Parkway Speakeasy Theater in Oakland on Tuesday, March 6th at 9:15 pm.  Tickets are $3.00.

Because the Parkway Theater is also a tavern, you must be 21 or older to attend the screening.  Kids:  This gives you just over 2 weeks to get those fake IDs in order, so that you can come and enjoy the show.

That said, do come early and enjoy the fabulous food and drink at the Parkway.

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I hope to see you there.

A description of the movie:
Thalia Drori presents the Bay Area premiere of her dark comedy, Toxic Energy Little Miss Potentiality Returns.  Shot on 16mm black and white in the style of the silent film era, complete with intertitles, this feature-length film has Wynegar Doushay reprising her role as Little Miss Potentiality, a modern day Buster Keaton.  First introduced in Droriís 1996 short film, Little Miss Potentiality, the pale, dead-pan heroine always wears her trademark triangle dress reminiscent of the "woman" symbol on the doors of restrooms.

In Droriís latest film, Little Miss Potentiality returns to answer the question: why is the mayor of Richmond developing an LSD like drug that makes people dance naked?  She enrolls in detective school and joins forces with a massage parlor co-worker and a lobotomized reporter.  Together they race to uncover the devious mayorís plot to stay in power while a toxic cloud threatens to engulf the city.

The film features a musical score by Roddy Bottum and the voices of KPFA radio personalities Kris Welch and Phillip Maldari.