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Kick off the summer right with a major dose of comedy. This roster is hot with performances by most of your favorite RuPaul’s Drag Race Stars and Legends like Joan Rive, Jackie Beat and Dina Martina. Get into these upcoming shows.
Fierth TV’s Mike Diamond reports on Lady Bunny’s one woman show ‘Clowns Syndrome’. Limited run; the old hag is gonna die any minute!
Emmy award winning actress/singer Mare Winnigham’s star is on the rise (again!) Familiar to audiences from movies such as St. Elmo’s Fire, Turner and Hooch and Georgia (for which she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress); television viewers know her from her appearance on American Horror Story: Coven as ‘Alicia Spencer’, zombie-boy Kyle’s creepy Mom. Ms. Winningham has just been nominated for a Tony Award (Best Featured Actress in a Play) for her work in Harvey Fierstein’s new play ‘Casa Valentina’. Get into Mare Winningham!
Erstwhile J.Crew model and father to Bjork’s children Matthew Barney is renowned as one of the strangest, most ambitious and certainly least thrifty artists in the world. His gorgeous, nauseating, head-scratchingly avant garde ‘Cremaster Cycle’ is a series of five feature length films that allegedly cost four million dollars to make.
A Multi-media transformative performance art project by Donald C. Shorter.
RuPaul’s Drag Race and RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars alum Tammie Brown
makes her New York debut with WALKING CHILDREN IN NATURE. Performances
will be February 21 & 22 at 7:30 PM at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in
Times Square (407 West 42 Street at 9th Avenue). The show features
many of Tammie’s original songs, including “Clam Happy,” “Love
Pinata,” and “Disco’s Undead.
Making a comeback as the creative advisor of his own brand AND preparing a fiesta? Thierry Mugler is about to play Santa for all Parisian people (and tourists as well) by putting up a spectacular show in December.
Host Neil Patrick Harris opened the 2013 Tony Awards live from Radio City Music Hall with a song that began in the pub from last year’s Best Musical, Once.
I’ve barely stepped foot into December, and already, I’m over the Yuletide sensory overload. Mariah Carey’s holiday song caterwauling. Sickeningly sparkly Christmas decor. Last year’s gifts re-gifted. Egg nog cocktails and seasonal lattes guzzled by the gallon. Christmas tree vendors hogging up the sidewalks with their pines. I know the shopping and tourism helps the economy, but bah, humbug already! Give me my cha-cha heels! !
Last Saturday evening, I eagerly awaited for some dirt on RuPaul’s Drag Race, courtesy of Mimi Imfurst in her one-night only show ‘I Would Hate Me Too.’