We entertain, enthrall & educate audiences with a show unlike any other

Smart Storytelling and ANONYMOUS confessing

 

BedPost Productions was formed by Julie Gillis, Mia Martina, Rosie Q and Sadie Smythe in 2010 in Austin, Texas. The mission of BedPost Productions is to produce events that merge entertainment, ethics and education in the form of storytellers and confessions. The founding show, BedPost Confessions, focuses on exposing the humor, vulnerability and sexy details of sex and sexuality. From sex to emotional justice, (un)Spoken was created to share the stories that can be the most difficult to speak out loud. Confess SF, a sacred space for the profane, is BedPost Productions first show outside of Austin with more to come in the future.

Find BedPost Confessions quarterly at The North Door in Austin, TX. The next and last 2015 show is October 15th, tickets are $10. Dates for 2016 soon. 

Find (un)Spoken quarterly at Spiderhouse Ballroom in Austin, TX. The next and last 2015 show is November 19th, tickets are $10. Dates for 2016 soon.

Find ConfessSF, on the third Thursday of the month at the The Oasis, in the heart of San Francisco's SOMA district. The first show is September 17th, tickets $10. 

For more information on our shows and our calendar, click the Shows tab and subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date on all of our events.

Can't make it to a show? The BedPost Podcast features stories from all three shows and can be found on iTunes and Spotify

This is a church… Here we worship humanity and passion, and sexuality in any of its myriad forms, and beauty, vaginas, penii, and most importantly openness and fearless intimacy!
— Audience Member

The BedPost Confessions trailer.

You have produced a heck of a gem. Not only is it fun and humanity-affirming; I couldn’t help but think how paradigm shifting and shattering this would be in so many of the cities and states where I work.

You made my night and I left feeling more human.
— Samuel Chu
The impact of BedPost extends beyond the experience of the show. Afterwards, a group of us go to a nearby bar to further discuss the performances, the themes, and the door prizes (glass dildos!) The conversations that happen after the show are often just as powerful as the show itself.
— Amy Floca
BedPost is the only place in Austin where I can come and hear people talk about sex in a way that makes it ok. It’s changed my life.
— Audience Member
I was afraid to talk to my partner about sex. We came to BedPost, and it broke the ice. Now we talk about intimacy and nothing seems taboo.
— Audience Member