Anonymous said: I've got an off-topic question. There was this tumblr which name was also The Ophelia Gallery (I'm not sure, though). It had an all yellow theme, I think. It listed movies and books about mental illness. I can't seem to find it now, and I really need to! I'm not sure if it got deleted or am I remembering it wrong. Maybe some of your followers would know...? Thank you xoxoxo
It’s finally here, Plague Rats. Summer 2014. I have absolutely no words…
Written and produced by the notoriously manic-depressive rock star, this chilling musical tale combines humor, tragedy, and suspense to produce a blood-curdling account of the nightmare that is life inside an insane asylum, comparing those from the Victorian era with our modern day version, and proving, through her own personal experiences, that not much has changed from then to now.
Culled directly from EA’s real-life diary entries, the story begins with Emilie’s suicide attempt and prompt imprisonment inside a psychiatric hospital. Sparing no detail, Emilie shows us exactly what goes on inside this house of horrors, exposing secrets that the general public could never have guessed at. Portrayed with the sarcastic and self-deprecating humor present in all of EA’s works, much of the subject matter may be considered controversial. Still, as in her song lyrics, Emilie tells the truth at all costs, thrusting the brave watcher into a play-by-play performance of her bi-polar episodes — blood, cuts, and all.
Starring Autumn herself in the lead role, she is accompanied on stage by her friends and touring troupe, The Bloody Crumpets (Veronica Varlow, “Captain” Vecona, Lady Joo Hee, “Captain” Maggot, Moth, and more…). Other faces that will grace the stage include Marc Senter and Alexa Vega — both co-stars alongside Emilie in The Devil’s Carnival…
When you Tumblr search “Emilie Autumn” our blog comes up at the top, as well as the Ophelia Gallery's blog!
Updating the 2013 Twitter album now.