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Thursday - September 18th
P!NK Is The New Black
Folsom Fair Weekend Starts On Thursday

Cookie Dough
Manny Caneri
Au Jus
Pearl Teese
Bebe Sweetbriar
Menorah Jones
Sadaisha Shimmers
Kenneth Rex
Starline LaBelle
Marti Gould Cummings

DJ MC2 Spinning Before & After The Show
Be Part Of Our LipSynch For Your Shot
$5 Stoli All Flavors Drink Specials 9pm to Close

The Edge Bar
4149 - 18th Street @ Collingwood
$5.00 - 21+ w/ID


Thursday - August 21st
CABARET The Soundtrack
Celebrate Giamaica's Birthday

Cookie Dough
Daft Nee Gesuntheit
Dina Isis
& More

DJ MC2 Spinning Before & After The Show
Be Part Of Our LipSynch For Your Shot
$5 Stoli All Flavors Drink Specials 9pm to Close

The Edge Bar
4149 - 18th Street @ Collingwood
$5.00 - 21+ w/ID


Trannyshack Presents
Kylie Minogue & Katy Perry Tribute Night!

Friday September 19th - Folsom St. Fair Weekend

Performances by:

Roxy-Cotten Candy
Becky Motorlodge
Cookie Dough
Sue Casa
Landa Lakes
Miss Trannyshack 2014 Chaka Corn
Skid Marks
Pollo Del Mar
& More

With special guest Pandora Boxx

DNA Lounge
375 Eleventh St
9pm Meet And Greet with Pandora
10pm General Doors - 11:30 showtime

Advance Tickets Available - CLICK HERE


The Monster Show Monthly Residencey @ BOOTIE SF
The greatest Mash-Up party in the universe

Saturday September 20th
Folsom Fair Saturday

Cookie Dough
Johnny Rockitt
Madd Dogg 20/20
WooWoo Monroe

In The Dance Lounge

DJ Pinky Ring


Cookie Dough & DJ MC2 Present
2 Sets / 12:15 & 2:15

FOLLOWED BY DJ MC2 (Who Will Be Spining All Day Between Sets)

11:30 am Exercisce By Rory! “DRIPPIN’ WITH SWEAT”

12:15 pm The Monster Show

1:15 pm Aiden James

2:00 pm Michael McKlehaney Belly Dance

2:15 pm The Monster Show

3:15 pm Big Dipper

4:00 pm Pop Rocks


Coming Soon



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For 80's @ 8 at THE EDGE - 7pm to Close

Catch him getting Retro - Old School - Modern Faves
And a heaping helping of 80's Hits at 8pm

The Edge Bar
4149 - 18th Street @ Collingwood



Thank You SF BAY GUARDIAN For Including The Monster Show
as the Top 62 Club Action Nights In San Francisco!

If San Francisco has a drag sweetheart,
it must be the loveable Cookie Dough,
who isn't afraid to dump buckets of blood around the stage or skewer
Toddlers and Tiaras or Whitney Houston for her gently twisted,
often outrageous Monster Show performance night.
DJ MC2 rocks the tunes
Every Thursday
10:15 p.m. - $5
The Edge Bar
4149 18th St. @ Collingwood SF

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Meet Cookie Dough!

To hire Cookie for your event, contact Cookie Dough.

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A seasoned veteran behind the scenes, Cookie Dough's over-the-top personality and wild antics on stage and screen have made her an overnight sensation in just under 20 years!

Though Cookie was “born” in 1990 as a silly character for a birthday celebration, a decade passed before she finally took the stage. When her debut performance at a Bay Area fundraiser received a thunderous standing ovation, Cookie realized her time in the spotlight finally arrived.

In the years since, Cookie has taken the drag world by storm! Starting as a featured regular in The Galaxy Girls, Cookie's monthly performances built a faithful following. After two years together, the Marin-based drag troupe disbanded — and the standout realized it was time to finally strike out on her own.

Shortly after her stage debut, Cookie met her soulmate. In the lively, imaginative performance artist, aspiring Film Director and Screenwriter Michael Burton Chu found his muse. The two pooled their talent to form “Toss Your Cookie Productions.”

In Spring 2002, the ambitious entertainer launched “Cookie...After Dark.” Featuring some of the Bay Area's best talent, and piano accompaniment by Andrew Galli & Tom Shaw. The live cabaret show built on her reputation as a stage performer.

Their partnership sparked Chu's creativity as well, resulting in a series of horror film shorts starring Cookie.
Creep, an official entry in San Francisco's 29th-Annual Frameline Film Festival, was the first. It was followed by Deconstructing Love, Evil Deeds, and the Russian River Massacre premiere of Call Me Daddy.

All the while, live performance opportunities abounded. From emceeing the mainstage at the annual Castro Street Fair to dazzling thousands at San Francisco's Halloween Street Celebration, the world's largest Halloween party, Cookie's appearances continued to woo local fans.

She reached all new heights — and international audiences — as a featured artist in the documentary Blood, Sweat & Glitter. The behind-the-scenes story of the 2004 Miss Trannyshack Pageant premiered at San Francisco's Frameline 29 before traveling to Fresno Reel Pride Gay & Lesbian Film Festival and, ultimately, the GLBT Film Festival in Sydney, Australia.

A regular performer on the legendary Trannyshack stage, BootieSF, Charlie Horse, and many other area venues, Cookie soon decided the world was ready for her own brand of mayhem. In August 2004, “The Monster Show with Cookie Dough & DJ MC2” launched in the Heart of the Castro @ Harvey's Bar & Restaurant. After nearly 5 years, the show moved two years ago to The Edge Bar and became a weekly staple and is the Longest Running Drag Show In The Castro.

Every Thursday, the harder-edged, late night show plays to packed houses at The Edge Bar 4149 - 18th St. With Chu, aka DJ MC2, on the decks, the shows themes run the gamut from “Saturday Morning Cartoons Night” to “A Tribute To All Things OZ” to our Monster Diva Tribute Series - 3 Fierce Artists celebrated in one night.

“The Monster Show” routinely draws appearances by many of San Francisco's top entertainers. However, Cookie prides herself on not just catering to drag queens. She opens the stage to performers of any gender and identity, from novice to pro.

From providing guest vocals for the world's only mash up band, Smash-Up Derby, and EMX - The Ethel Merman Experience, the hardest rock band in SF, Cookie hopes to form her own rock group. She can be seen every Holiday Season in the live stage production of The Golden Girls, playing Sophia Petrillo.

In 2010, Cookie was elected as Grand Duchess of San Francisco, The SF Ducal Courts Highest Title. The Non-Profit, 501.3c organization is now in its 40th year of fundraising for various non-government funded LGBT groups in SF. During her year reign, Cookie and her Court raised over $35,000.

Cookie keeps all her options open. Through fundraisers or nonstop professional gigs. Cookie plans to remain on the stage for a long time to come.

With Peace,

Cookie Kiss

Readers Poll Winner SF Bay Guardian
Best Of The Bay 2006
Best Drag Act ‘The Monster Show’


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