Jackie Beat: One Man’s Trash

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BRIAN MILLS

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Founder & Editor of Fierth.com - I am not a journalist, I am not a blogger, and I am not a writer.

Drag Superstar Jackie Beat returned to New York City for a one night only performance entitled “One Man’s Trash”; a full house packed Time’s Squares Laurie Beechman Theater to be broadsided by Jackie’s unmatched acerbic wit and song stylings. This “Best of” show  featured  classic parodies such as “Billy & The Priest” (based on Disney’s Beauty & the Beast ), a  twisted take on Sir Mix A Lot’s Baby Got Back  called “Baby Got Front “ , and a filthy, funny, campy number called “Dildos Are Forever” that Ms. Beat belted with all of her considerable vocal power.  The capacity crowd laughed hysterically throughout the nearly two hour show, and lapped up every bit of Jackie’s sardonic, intelligent and truly humorous acid commentaries.

A native of Los Angeles, Jackie Beat has been a fixture on the NYC scene since her early days at the legendary, sorely missed nightspot Fez in 1998.  She’s toured as Roseanne Barr’s opening act, appeared in countless TV shows such as Sex in the City, and movies including  ‘Wigstock the Movie’, ‘Flawless’ and ‘Adam & Steve’.  Jackie has also been named Best Drag Queen by New York Press and Best Live Performance by HX Magazine; is a writer and columnist, lead singer for the electro-rock band, Dirty Sanchez, and the subject of the documentary film ‘My Name is Jackie Beat’.

For more information and to purchase Jackie’s CDs and DVD’s please visit www.JackieBeatRules.com

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