Streaming to you direct in high-fabulosity, D'Arcy Drollinger Presents Oasis TV!
A unique blend of drag and queer culture. Watch our archived drag parody shows from the Oasis stage like Sex and The City, Buffy the Vampire Slayer Live, and Friends, and tons of original content, live streams, and special events.
Enjoy a walk down memory lane with past stage productions of hit drag parody shows from the Oasis stage! Shows like Sex and the City, Friends, Star Trek, and more are available to watch. Original D'Arcy Drollinger Productions like Above and Beyond the Valley of the Ultra Showgirls and Bitch Slap are also exclusively on this platform!
"I'm singin' in the rain, just singin' in the rain..." VANESSA BOUSAY brings on April showers with a hilarious cabaret celebrating moisture of every molecular form: rain, snow, mist, fog, sea foam, bath water and - of course - vodka! Joined by the fabulous KATYA SMIRNOFF-SKYY, TOM SHAW & ROBERTA ...
A night of beautiful music honoring one of Broadway's most revered composers. Enjoy live singing from some of the Bay Area's most fabulous talents from the theatre world and the drag world.
Hosted by Snaxx
B Noel Thomas
Caleb Haven Draper
This show originally premiered at SF Oasis in February 2020.
DiVanessa & Steven Satyricon raid a candy shop in this confectionary celebration of all things Valentine's. Keep your sugar high going just two days after the big day with co-star Steven Satyricon, Tom Shaw on piano & Roberta Drake on...
The climactic finale of Bitch Slap! Or is it? Adultery, blackmail, confessions, amnesia, nervous breakdowns, bigamy, adoptions, divorce, evil twins, seduction, catfights & shoulder pads! Bitch Slap! D'Arcy Drollinger's comedy drag send-up of 80's nighttime soap operas, filmed on at the glamorous ...
Welcome back to 1999... it’s the end of the world as we know it! This cult rock musical comedy introduces us to Electra, Goddess of Technology, with an invitation to step back in time and watch her lure people into joining her world wide web. Set in 1999 when the Internet was still new and the wo...