Blood of the Tribades Cast Announcement: Lilith Beest as Nephite Theodosia

We’re very pleased to introduce you to all of our Blood of the Tribades cast (film web site) over the next few weeks. The film is currently raising money for production on Kickstarter.

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Robbins Studios Photography and Fine Art 

Lilith Beest as Nephite Theodosia

About Lilith: Lilith is a Boston-based burlesque/drag/stage performer and chthonic deity of mischief. A lover of madness and mayhem, she has made a home with the Slaughterhouse Sweethearts and Old School Game Show. She played a wild woman in the Tubiforce Media Production of “The Bacchae,” a grief-stricken zombie survivor in Porcelain Dalya’s short “One,” performed at the first Austin International Drag Festival, and has appeared in music videos for local bands Gene Dante and the Future Starlets, and Sexcrement. This will be her first role in a feature-length movie and couldn’t be happier to be working with this team!

“I am really excited to play such a complex and sympathetic character. I’ve always been very fascinated with religious figures and their ability to lead people to either amazing feats of generosity and good will, or unbelievable depravity.”

What excites me the most about BotT: I’m most excited about the cast and blatant political tones. There are so many people in this cast that I love and respect, and I can’t wait to work with the people I don’t yet know! I also appreciate the political themes that are being tackled here. The original Planet of the Apes is one of my favorite movies and Blood of the Tribades is following in its footsteps in a very interesting and exciting way.

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Robbins Studios Photography and Fine Art 

What scares me the most: The possibility of my friends and family and peers not being able to make art because of economic or societal pressures. Losing my job and hence losing the privilege of making art in my spare time.

Favorite vampire: Severen from “Near Dark” gets me every time. He’s charming and dangerous, but also too far on the other side of evil. His energy is infectious and alluring, but he’s also insatiably violent, which makes him both my favorite and the one I love to hate. Watching him bite down on a biker’s grisly beard is one of the most weirdly erotic and repulsively, gruesomely savage thing I’ve ever seen.

Anything else you’d like to add: I’m so thrilled to be a part of this!

Where can you find Lilith:
https://www.facebook.com/lilith.beesthttps://www.instagram.com/lilith_beest/

photo by
Robbins Studios Photography and Fine Art 
photo by Jon Beckley