|"Vanity" leaves the studio at dawn after the usual all-nighter.|
During the 90s my work occasionally appeared in Re-Bar, or on a Re-Bar float in Seattle's Gay Pride Parade. Sometimes it was the remains of a previous installation, as with the exotic fruits from "A Fool's Paradise," or my Wind Puppets. Other times I collaborated with Steve Wells and crew to produce parade floats. I later created a stage set for "Pirates of Lesbos," one of the many theatrical productions that Re-Bar hosted. I also worked on some of the numerous benefits that were put on there, including one for Babes and one for Reflex entitled "Mirror Mirror Off the Wall."
|Ready for the parade.|
|Strange Bedfellows are ready for the ride.|
After the parade, Strange Bedfellows moved to Fremont to be part of "A miracle on 34th Street, a celebration of life through miniature golf." The event was a fund raiser for the Northwest AIDS Foundation and Rise n' Shine programs for children and teens affected by HIV and AIDS.
|Strange Bedfellows set up on 34th Street.|
|As I recall, you had to hit the ball through the slipper.|