Never at a loss for original party themes and names, the monthly Bedlam partiers threw down Fairy Dreams, Scheming Queens & Magic Beans on Friday at My Sister’s Room.
My Sister’s Room was transformed into Once Upon A Time Land for the night. Lots of fairy wings, netting and painted faces invited the co-ed queer masses to step into a twisted dimension of goblins, dwarfs, queens, kings, beasts and some beauties (top photo).
A special performance by Princess Charles and guest hostess Sarah Mincher kept things lively as the Bedlam crew mixed with the MSR crowd for a night many won’t soon forget. Next up is the Saved by Bedlam ‘90s Bash at My Sister’s Room on March 9.
Photos by Loren Hoffmann
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