“Raunchy, outrageous and undeniably, gloriously, tasteless (as you might expect from the title), writer D’Arcy Drollinger’s ‘Shit and Champagne’ is non-stop funny.”  Jean Schiffman – SF Examiner

“A go-for-broke, in-your-face, damn-the-torpedoes comedy…[Drollinger] has written a show that provides him with a tailor-made role that he fills with tour-de-force skillful abandon.”
Richard Dodds  – The Bay Area Reporter

“This is a show where nothing is sacred and no minute goes by without drawing huge audience guffaws; but it is also one where heart does emerge, where friendship is sacred, and where every audience member leaves with a smile.”
Eddie Reynolds – Theatre Eddys

“A high-octane camp sendup…played to the hilt by an excellent cast.”  Rob Avila – The Bay Guardian

Shit & Champagne, The Movie

That’s right, the hit show is becoming a feature film and heres your chance to get involved!

D’Arcy first produced Shit & Champagne in New York, where it ran for 9 months. It was remounted in San Francisco twice – in 2014 where it was extended three times and again in 2015 as the inaugural show at his club, Oasis.  The San Francisco productions attracted a serious cult following – the self-proclaimed “Shit Heads” who would attend the live performances, dozens of times, leading the audiences in chanting lines and repeating callbacks to the actors in a Rocky Horror fashion.

About D’Arcy

D’Arcy Drollinger is an actor, writer, director, producer & choreographer. Original works include: Bitch Slap!, Disastrous, Champagne White and The Temple of Poon, Shit & Champagne, Above and Beyond the Valley of the Ultra Showgirls, Mr. Irresistible, Project: Lohan, Scalpel!, The Possession of Mrs. Jones, Pink Elephants, Suburbia 3000 and The Cereal Killers.

D’Arcy is co-owner and Artistic Director of OASIS. Voted Best of the Bay 2016 in multiple categories by the Bay Guardian: Best Gay Nightclub 2016, Best Drag Show 2016 (MOTHER) and Best Club Night (Swagger Like Us). OASIS has also been recognized as the Best New Nightclub of 2015 by the SF Weekly, one of the Best Places to Play in 2015  by SF Magazine, as well as the 2018 winner of Best Cabaret Venue by the Bay Area Reporter.

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