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Salty Brine: I Carried a Watermelon
Outré actor-writer Salty Brine (Clown Bar) continues his Spectacular Living Record Collection Cabaret series in a nostalgia trip to the Catskills inspired by the soundtrack from Dirty Dancing.
In this Sleep No More spinoff, actor William Popp hosts a bawdy night of music, burlesque, comedy and occasional creepiness. Sharon Counts directs.
Peter Michael Marino: Late with Lance!
Peter Michael Marino had audiences howling in Desperately Seeking the Exit, his account of working on an abortive Broadway musical in the West End. Now he returns to his 1990s character Lance Johnson, a cruise-ship entertainer with delusions of cabaret stardom.
Drae Campbell hosts this evening of queer storytelling with a different theme at each edition.
The newly out country singer offers up a late-night intimate set.
Taylor Mac: The 20th Century Abridged
The ambitious and compelling performance artist presents selections from his project covering a century of popular music.
Jane Lynch: See Jane Sing!
Prepare to have your pants charmed off: The comedy genius swings into Joe's Pub for a night of cabaret.
Our Lady J: Gospel for the Godless
After a break from music while she worked as a writer on Transparent, the wonderfully strange Our Lady J is back behind her piano.
Gay & Lesbian in pictures
Mario Diaz and his party cohorts reflect on the ’90s East Village
The documentary Club King pays tribute to club guru Mario Diaz
Images from 'Interface,' now on view at Leslie-Lohman
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Interview: Perfume Genius
The Seattle singer-songwriter has come out of his shell