Missoula's Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention

MisCon 36: Carnival of Wonders, May 27 - 30, 2022 Missoula, Montana

Cheeky Geeky Vaudeville

MisCon 36 Panel Volunteer

A collaboration of talent and performance including dancers, vocalists, actors and performance artists all paying homage to their favorite films, television shows, video games, comic books, Manga and Japanese Animation.

Creative Directors - Jessa Hinther & Erika Noble
Media Director - Lily Oliver
Tech Director - Alex Saint

A collaboration of talent and performance including dancers, vocalists, actors and performance artists all paying homage to their favorite films, television shows, video games, comic books, Manga and Japanese Animation.

Web site: https://www.facebook.com/CheekyGeekyVaudeville?fref=ts

Scheduled Panels and Presentations:

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(Tentative)

  • panel Fri 6:00 - 6:50 PM, Costume Parade, Open Green (3)
    Moderator: Justin Barba; Panelists: Cheeky Geeky Vaudeville , Cosplaimee , Eekie and Snow Cosplay , John Barba, Justin Barba, Jessica Brannum, Clay Cooper (Ol Scratch), James Hayes, Sir. James Jones (Sir .James), Lily Oliver, Lacy Zee (Vox Moxxi)

    Come in costume (or not) and join us for a brief stroll around downtown Missoula to ring in the start of MisCon and announce to the usual inhabitants of our fair city that we've arrived! We're going to walk down Higgins Street to Broadway, cross the street, then head back along Higgins and through Caras Park back to the hotel for opening ceremonies.

  • Break Fri 6:50 - Sat 9:00
  • panel Sat 9:00 - 10:50 PM, Cheeky Geeky Vaudeville Show!, Ballroom B
    Panelists: Cheeky Geeky Vaudeville , Cosplaimee , Jones Family Magic

    MisCon is proud to be hosting another stellar performance by our friends the Cheeky Geeky Vaudeville! CGV is a collaboration of talent paying homage to fandom with skits, live music, belly dance, performance pieces and comedy, featuring new faces and some special guests from Missoula's Drag Community!
    Be advised: some language and themes could be questionable for younger audiences.