Queer Rebel Productions: our mission is to showcase queer and trans artists of color, connect generations, and honor our histories with art for the future.

Artistic Director

KB Boyce

KB is a Two-Spirit musician whose adventures have brought hir from teenage punk band appearances at CBGBs in NY, to B-grade horror movies in LA, and on to solo Drag King blues performance as TuffNStuff in San Francisco. TuffNStuff composes and performs music that pays homage to African-American and Indigenous legacies of resistance through art. S/he conjures the spirit of cross-dressing Blues performers – reflecting the history, creativity, and aesthetics of the ancestors. TuffNStuff (aka KB Boyce) is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Queer Rebels


Managing Director

Crystal Mason

A Queer Rebels board member since 2012, Crystal co-founded Luna Sea Women’s Performance Space and was Executive Director of the Jon Sims Center for the Arts. In Berlin, where she lived for 9 years, she co-owned Schoko Café, a women’s art and culture center. In San Francisco, she was an organizer working with ACT UP and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, and also worked on Electric City Queer TV. Recently, she co-produced the multimedia theater piece Hey, Sailor and created 3 short films: In My Blood, I Know My Soul, and In My Own Hands. In 2016 she created a multimedia performance/installation at Fort Mason as part of the THIS IS WHAT I WANT Festival 2016 titles There is No Other, Fractured And Complete, Tell Me Something True.


Shannon Prasad

A South Asian multidisciplinary artist living at the junction between play, theory and psychology. Sprinkled with a essence of neo curry dust. A fairy elf princex, at the crux of neither and all genders. I aim to create as a means to understand and conceptualize the human mind alongside its various complexities. With a hint of dreary and dark, a dash of laughter and light my approach to composing a piece is very free form. I love to experiment and fabricate dynamic juxtapositions, which have a systematic yet messy ordinance.