Peaches, a legendary live performer and revolutionary figure in electronic music, has received critical acclaim for her recent one-woman adaptation of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Jesus Christ Superstar. Rechristened Peaches Christ Superstar, ARTFORUM stated in their review, "Not only did Peaches set it off, she managed to surprise us all by showing off an expansive vocal range, a musicians' natural sensitivity to the dynamics of Andrew Lloyd Webber's score, and an emotive prowess that is rarely if ever displayed in her own, less holy music. The Boston Globe also stated, "Her vocal gifts, in particular, were a revelation as Peaches wailed, intoned, and even crooned as if Broadway beckoned." Peaches also received rave reviews of her career-chronicling opera Peaches Does Herself that ran at Berlin's prestigious Hebbel Theater. The autobiographical opera featured 23 original songs from her catalog and included a cast of over 40. The opera represented her work dealing with such themes as gender, beauty and age. Recently, Peaches has co-written songs with Christina Aguilera for her latest album, Bionic, was featured prominently on R.E.M.'s last album, Collapse Into Now, and was also featured on the Flaming Lips cover version of the Pink Floyd classic Dark Side Of The Moon. She has also collaborated with Iggy Pop, Pink, and Feist among many others. Peaches' last album, the critically acclaimed 2009 release I Feel Cream, featured a video for all 12 tracks included. She is also featured in her own episode of The Creators Project, a partnership between Vice and Intel. The Creators Project is a network dedicated to the celebration of creativity and culture across media and around the world. Peaches maintains an extremely successful blog that keeps her constantly connected with her fan community (peachesofficialblog.com) and the site's goal of consistently providing exclusive content for her fans branched out with the debut of Peaches TV, found at youtube.com/PeachesTV.