Next month, Peaches Christ Productions brings the second installment of the San Francisco Album Project to The Chapel on Valencia Street: a gender-bending theatrical production of Radiohead's landmark 1997 album OK Computer lip-synched in its entirety.

After successfully tackling Yaz's 1982 New Wave classic Upstairs at Eric's last month, Peaches & Co. return on July 14th to take on the dark, paranoid and decidedly anti-yuppie album that marked a stark turning point in Radiohead's career. If you spent the late-90s in your parent's basement spouting Ethan Hawk-isms and lamenting The Gap, rather than hoarding Sex & The City DVDs, then you may have finally found a drag night to match your interests.

The performers for OK Computer come from a range of local productions like Trannyshack, counterPULSE and Daytime Realness including: Trixxie Carr, Precious Moments, Stanley Frank Sensation, Nikki Sixx Mile, Raya Light, Kim Burly, Jordan L’Moore, Fruitbomb, ElijahMinnelli, and U-Phoria. Expect things to get really dark around track nine:

All the performances of Upstairs at Eric's have been helpfully archived for your enjoyment right here.

Tickets for the July 14th performance at The Chapel are currently on sale for $15.