Anthony Hudson
The Carlalogues

Photo by Bryan Clavel

Whatever Carla wants, Carla gets. And, little man, Carla wants… an audience! Now! Sick of the pandemic and desperate to be back in the spotlight, she breaks into the Flamingo Club with the aid of her manservant Jeffrey. There, before a quite-literally captive audience (thank you, duct tape and blindfolds!) she puts on an evening of guerilla storytelling. As the evening – and her list of felonies and misdemeanors – unfolds, Carla regales her stunned fans (thank you, tasers!) with stories of support groups for wayward Karens, concert tours with the Manson Family, USO shows for drone pilots on Zoom, and her bitter rivalry with Cher.

Starring Portland’s premier drag clown Carla Rossi, The Carlalogues is a brand new audio play by Anthony Hudson. This project was launched during the 2020 Mercury Company .

Coming to IPhones and 8 Track Tape Players near you in Fall 2020!


TABLE|ROOM|STAGE (T|R|S) was established in 2015 and is Artists Rep’s new play program whose mission is to develop and produce new work that vividly expresses Artists Rep’s aesthetic values.

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Anthony Hudson

(Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde)

Anthony Hudson is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, performer, and filmmaker perhaps best known as CARLA ROSSI, an immortal trickster whose attempts at realness almost always result in fantastic failure. Together they host and program Queer Horror – the only ongoing LGBTQ+ horror screening series in the United States – bimonthly at the historic Hollywood Theatre. Anthony was named a 2018 National Artist Fellowship from the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation, a 2018 Western Arts Alliance Native Launchpad Artist, and a 2019 Oregon Arts Commission Artist Fellow. Recent works: Up Her Ass (Reed College), Clown Down: Failed to Mount (PNCA), Girl with a Cigarette (Portland Art Museum), and Looking for Tiger Lily (solo) in Australia, Canada, and more. Anthony also co-hosts the weekly queer horror podcast Gaylords of Darkness with Stacie Ponder. Looking for Tiger Lily is Anthony’s first professionally produced play(!). More at
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