Guest Hosting At Sid’s Again

On April 9th, I guest hosted the monthly installment of Second Tuesdays At Sid’s at Sid Gold’s Request Room. Our featured performers were Nina La Voix, Dominant Jeane, and Bitsy Brulee. Our door dame was Louise The Ill At Ease and Jeremy Goodman returned as live pianist.

I sang several songs including Pony by Genuwine, Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend, L-O-V-E, and a “Second Tuesdays” theme song.

Guest Hosting Second Tuesdays

On March 12, I guest hosted New York’s only all singing burlesque and variety show!

The show featured guest artists Olive TuParty, Twinky Boots, and Lady Mabuhay. Our live pianist was Jeremy Goodman. Our door dame was Dixie Disaster. After the show, Joe McGinty led piano karaoke until the wee hours of the night.

I sang Give Him The Oo-la-la, The Spanx Song, and a soulful rendition of Bad Touch by The Bloodhound Gang.

Second Tuesdays

On August 14th, I was in Shelly Watson’s Second Tuesdays At Sids at Sid Gold’s Request Room. Shelly hosts and produces this all singing burlesque show every month. Chris Johnson plays live piano. This month, performers were Dickie Smalls, Cherry Delight, and Lydia Vengeance. I was stage maven and debuted a version of my Marilyn Monroe tribute, my Diamonds Act, where I sing Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend.

View behind the scenes photos and videos from this show.

Second Tuesdays At Sids

This month, officially I joined the regular cast of Second Tuesdays At Sids as door dame and singing performer. This month’s show, the one year anniversary show, was on July 10th. It’s produced and hosted by Shelly Watson at Sid Gold’s Request Room with Chris Johnson on the keyboards. Singing burlesque performers were Melody Jane, Emmy Crockett, and Kittyhawk Boone. Joe McGinty led piano karaoke after the show.

View behind the scenes photos and videos from this show.

Second Tuesdays At Sid’s Pride Show

On June 12th, I was stage maven for the Second Tuesdays at Sid’s Pride Show. Second Tuesdays At Sid’s is Shelly Watson’s monthly singing burlesque show at Sid Gold’s Request Room. Performers were Gogo Gadget, Victoria De Los Pantiless, and Bold Hillaire. After the burlesque portion of the night, we had piano karaoke with Joe McGinty.

Variety Show At George Martin’s Strip Steak

On May 3rd, I guest co-hosted and sang cabaret (L-O-V-E and Give Him The Oo La La) in a variety show at George Martin’s Strip Steak in Great River on Long Island. The event was joint produced by Events By WCGL and Twisted Circus. Co-hosting was Rob Romeo and performers were Wendy Blades (sideshow and burlesque), Graham Stockdale (fire, boylesque, and tap), and Madame Reap (burlesque).

Return To Second Tuesdays At Sid’s

I returned to Second Tuesdays at Sid’s at Sid Gold’s Request Room on March 13th, 2018. The show was again hosted and produced by Shelly Watson. Chris Johnson played live piano during the show. I was Door Dame and enthusiastic piano karaoke singer (sang Head Like A Hole accompanied by Joe McGinty). The burlesque performers were Freddie Love, Satine S’Allumer, and Foxy V.

Second Tuesdays At Sid’s Debut

On January 9th, I made my debut at Second Tuesdays At Sid’s which is a singing burlesque show produced and hosted by Shelly Watson at Sid Gold’s Request Room. This is a piano bar. In this show, every guest artist sings, so Chris Johnson was there on live piano. My fellow performers were Le Grand Chaton and Roxy Stardust. Kittening was Kismet Katie. We each performed twice. I debuted my telephone act and then did a singing number, a cabaret cover of Cold Hearted Snake.

After the burlesque part of the show, Joe McGinty kicked off the piano karaoke and I sang a few more songs.

The City Sirens’ Holiday Soiree

I was in an all singing holiday show at the Laurie Beechman Theater starring the City Sirens: Shelly Watson on vocals, Stephanie Babarek on harp, and Erica Mancini on accordian. As part of the New York City Burlesque Choir, I sang and danced through nine musical numbers. My fellow choir members were Foxy V, Sweet N Lo, and Honey Beavers. Guest musician was Cornelius Loy on theremin.