D’Arcy Drollinger is an actor, writer, director, choreographer and producer. Works include: Bitch Slap! Champagne White is Disastrous, Champagne White and The Temple of Poon, Shit & Champagne, Mr. Irresistible, Project: Lohan, Scalpel!, The Possession of Mrs. Jones, Pink Elephants, Above and Beyond the Valley of the Ultra Showgirls, Suburbia 3000 and The Cereal Killers. Other credits include: The Producers (first Broadway production), Hairspray the Musical (first Broadway production), Glamour, Glory and Gold (La Mama), and VH1’s Divas 2000 featuring RuPaul. Drollinger continues to adapt, direct and co-star in the long-running hit drag parodies Sex and the City Live and Golden Girls: The Christmas Episodes. He has been a participant in the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop and is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.
D’Arcy is co-owner and Artistic Director of OASIS, San Francisco’s internationally acclaimed nightclub / cabaret. OASIS, opened New Years Day 2015 in the heart of San Francisco’s SOMA district, and offers an unforgettable San Francisco nightlife experience in an 8,000 square foot converted gay bathhouse. 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 2016 (Swagger Like Us). OASIS has also been recognized as the Best New Nightclub of 2015 by both the SF Weekly and the B.A.R., and one of the Best Places to Play 2015 SF Magazine.
OASIS’ diverse roster of programing includes local and visiting drag stars, cabaret and performing artists, live musical acts, amazing DJs and more.
Drollinger is the creator of Sexitude, the body-positive, age-positive, sex-positive dance experience based in San Francisco. Each class combines Jazz, Funk, Hip-Hop, Video Dance and classic Bump-n-Grind moves set to a fun, high-energy soundtrack; which results in a party atmosphere cardio work out, while strengthening the fundamentals of current popular dance styles.This open-level classes is perfect for beginners, while offering enough technique for more established dancers. Leg warmers and dance gear always encouraged. Werk a look! Break a sweat! Be Fabulous!