Chile! Hood Stories: A Fairy’s Tale


Through a queer retelling of familiar childhood stories, Chile! Hood Stories: A Fairy’s Tale is a multidisciplinary theatre production that empowers audiences with stories of resistance framed as “simple fairy tales.”

Chile! Hood Stories retells classic children’s stories with explicitly genderqueer and gender non-conforming characters. Characters and storylines reflect a broad range of sexualities, all while gaily romping through the queer, sex positive universe of Boult’s creation.

Created and produced by SevanKelee Boult (bka Lucky 7), a well known Bay Area poet. She has been seen on HBO Real Sex since 2000. She has represented several Bay Area slam teams over the past 10 years. In 2014, she became the only person in the Bay to win the honored title Grand Slam Champion of 4 different Bay teams (SF, Berkeley,Oakland and Palo Alto). In San Francisco, she has graced such places as the De Young Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and the Marsh Theater. SevanKelee has been writing since childhood. Her most recent artistic venture involves the ukulele and spoken word. She effortlessly blends music and poetry to engage the audience with her soft, raspy voice and mesmerizing stage presence.