Friday, November 26, 2010


As most of you are aware I perform several nights a wig in different shows I have created as my alter ego diva self. Well I recently was fired from one of these gigs for guessed diva and saying things on stage i shouldn't have said.
i now know what the great Patti LuPone felt like when Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber gave her the boot.
well...she was making alot more money and was on the west end...i was at a dive gay sorta the same.
either way this has put me onto a Patti kick and I came across this video.

best line she says "i do not audition anymore..." it kills me!

she is true grace and fabulousness

Bernie & Mandy

so last night PBS decided to air Sondheim's 80th Bday celebration filmed at Lincoln Center.
This night was packed with every diva ever on one stage singing for the father of musical theatre.
below is the fabulous bernadette peters and mandy patinkin...grab onto your seats kids cause this is one brilliant performance.


I was just told from a friend of mine that my idol Stockard Channing and my mother Liza Minnelli will be performing for FREE in Washington Sq Park on World AIDS Day, December 1st.
Strap on the depends cause there will be alot of gays peeing with joy at this event!

From - Liza Minnelli, Stockard Channing, designer Kenneth Cole, model Tyson Beckford and "30 Rock" star Keith Powell will be joined by the Broadway Inspirational Voices choir for a special commemoration of World AIDS Day in Washington Square Park, Dec. 1 from 5:30-6:30 PM.

The event is part of the Light for Rights campaign, a global initiative organized by UNAIDS; amfAR; Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS; and the World AIDS Campaign. The campaign, in its second year, showcases the importance of fundamental human rights in the worldwide fight against AIDS.

The lights of the park will be turned off to remember those who have died of AIDS, as part of a similar ceremony that will take place at other landmarks throughout the city. The park lights will be extinguished and then re-lighted, after which the speakers will discuss the importance of fundamental human rights in the fight against AIDS.

Other New York landmarks that will participate include the Brooklyn Bridge; the New York Stock Exchange; the Plaza Hotel; Madison Square Garden; Carnegie Hall; Museum of Modern Art; Washington Square Park Arch; the Beacon Theatre; Madison Square Park’s art installation Scattered Light; Radio City Music Hall; the Apollo Theater; and 35 Broadway theatres.

2nd Annual A Very MARY Holiday