Dolores DeLuce wrote and performed with the infamous “Cockettes” and “White Trash Boom Boom,” in the underground scene of San Francisco. In 1977 was nominated for ‘best performer in a Musical,’ by The Bay Area Credits Association for her co-authored, musical revue, “Broken Dishes.”. She went on to write a critically acclaim, multi-media musical, “The Last Dance of the Couch Potatoes,” and stared in the lead roll at The Powerhouse and the Oddesy Theater in Los Angeles. “Grace Happens” an autobiographical screenplay was semi-finalist at the Austin Screenwriting competition. As a member of A.P.L.A.’s writing Project, the short story, “The Shirt,” was published in ‘Witness,’ the project’s publication. Dolores continues to act in TV, film and Commercials and is currently in progress with her new memoir, titled, “My Life a Four letter Word: Confessions of a Counter Culture Diva,” You can find her reading at many spoken word venues in Los Angeles.
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