It’s Yesterday Once More: Kasha & Darienne Serve ’80’s Ladies’ Sequel

It’s Yesterday Once More: Kasha & Darienne Serve ’80’s Ladies’ Sequel

Whether you believe it’s the work of kismet, karma, or plain old coincidence, one thing is certain: December 2’s Throwback Thursday is a totally tubular time to view 80’s Ladies II: The Mixtape. This live event starring RuPaul’s Drag Race contestants Mrs. Kasha Davis and Darienne lake (Seasons 7 and 6, respectively) is the follow-up […]

Mood ‘Indigo’ as Timothy White Eagle Rounds Out his ‘Room’ Trilogy

Mood ‘Indigo’ as Timothy White Eagle Rounds Out his ‘Room’ Trilogy

  BY SCOTT STIFFLER | Given how his website’s “About” section very specifically describes him as an “undocumented urbanized mixed race Indigenous American,” you’d think Tucson-born, Seattle-based Timothy White Eagle (TWE) brings his feathered namesake’s talon-strong grip to his sense of self. He does, if you broaden the scope of “self” to favor journey over […]

After Pandemic’s Dramatic Pause, Theaters Press ‘Play’ Again

Saturday, October 30, 4-7pm | Et Alia Theater Presents This is Me Eating___  | Et Alia Theater director Ana Moioli’s $5,000 NYC Artists Corps Grant from the New York Foundtion for the Arts (NYFA) and the NY Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) allowed for this 45-minute immersive performance exploring the multicultural layers of one’s relations […]

Klea, We Need Ya: Longtime ‘Merman’ Who Won Over Herman Set to Fete Him, in Song

Klea, We Need Ya: Longtime ‘Merman’ Who Won Over Herman Set to Fete Him, in Song

It’s a rare individual who can take the stage, bring the best of herself to songs that have been the calling cards of others for decades, and emerge a favorite daughter of their creator. As actual documented showbiz legend has it, that’s exactly what happened from the moment Broadway lyricist/composer Jerry Herman heard beyond-brassy, rafter-raising […]

The ‘Alt’ Version Wins: Staged Reading of Raucous Comic Andrea Alton’s Short Plays to Benefit E.A.T.

The ‘Alt’ Version Wins: Staged Reading of Raucous Comic Andrea Alton’s Short Plays to Benefit E.A.T.

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | The very funny, much-missed Andrea Alton emerges from her COVID-compelled absence with an event that puts a “donor” feather in her cap, already festooned with plumage for work as a multi-disciplinary writer (plays, sketches, monologues), director, performer, producer, and publicist. We’re kidding, of course—Alton would never cover her exceptionally beautiful hair […]

House of Spirits Serves Up Five Floors of Boo Booze

House of Spirits Serves Up Five Floors of Boo Booze

BY CHARLES BATTERSBY | The only thing that can make a haunted house more fun is surrounding yourself with people who have a chemically induced loss of impulse control. House of Spirits is an aptly-named source of cocktails and ghost tales. The experience covers five floors of a mansion in the Wall Street district, and […]

Scarlet Envy Serves Red-Hot Songs and Sass, when ALLSTAR Livestreams from Caveat

Scarlet Envy Serves Red-Hot Songs and Sass, when ALLSTAR Livestreams from Caveat

Scarlet Envy—the Louisville, KY native, favorite daughter of NYC, and RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars Season 6 contestant (whose exit left us feeling very “uncomfortable” with the show’s host)—offers Gothamites an intimate performance made accessible to worldwide audiences, when she brings her solo show ALLSTAR to the comfy confines of Lower East Side venue Caveat. Last seen […]

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