Cool Girl Show

Cool Girl Show

Lyra Hill, Molly Hewitt, VAIL ft. Heather Lynn

Wed, December 7, 2016

9:00 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

$7.00

Cool Girl Show
Cool Girl Show
Monthly curated shows creating space for "bad boys" to experiment & flourish
Lyra Hill
Lyra Hill
Lyra Hill is a cartoonist, filmmaker, and performer who often combines mediums to create immersive and transformative audience experiences. She founded and organized the performative-comix reading series Brain Frame between 2011 and 2014. Lyra is the Best Urban Ritualist in Chicago, according to NewCity magazine.
Molly Hewitt
Molly Hewitt, who performs under the alias Glamhag is a Chicago based grown woman who can do what ever she wants. Both external and deliberate, Glamhag is a shitkicker and a thief, a king, a queen and a troll masquerading as a high class hooker. Glamhag is translucent, favorably showing only some of their inner workings. They are a sheep in wolf's clothing, trapped inside of the body of a woman. Glamhag uses the term glamour in the original sense of the word- to cast a spell, to entrance. It is said that witches and fairies have the power to glamour and with this power they can create the illusion that they are shapeshifting. A spell that makes one appear to be what ever way they wish to be seen. But it is only an illusion.
VAIL ft. Heather Lynn
Emily Kempf is a southern raised artist and musician. Vail is her spiritual alter ego dabbling in ritualistic performance art via diva wave dance music. Vail is her chosen name as it envokes many meanings. From religious definitions - the nun's "taking a life of the veil" to any of various liturgical cloths; especially : a cloth used to cover the chalice. It is also most commonly in connection with women as it is worn about the face or body, a fabric to cover up or conceal and transversely to enhance beauty. It is a shroud used to cover the dead. A curtain used to conceal secrets. It is a protective shield and a curse. It is a screen between worlds spiritual and physical, a thin netting between the real and the unreal.

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Venue Information:
The Hideout
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
http://www.hideoutchicago.com