Articles Tagged “Dixon Place”

  • Dixon Place Presents “MargOH! Channing is Tipsy -3/30/2012

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – “MargOH! Channing is Tipsy” is written and performed by drag superstar MargOH! Channing . The show deconstructs drag through storytelling, song, and drunkglama dysfunction. MargOH! reminisces about her family, gay lovers and the ups and downs of her career while tackling such subjects as rape, incest, race, political correctness, sexual orientation, the power of Liza and most of all survival.

  • Fierth i-ON interview with Mark Allen

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Fierth gets to know Mark Allen, who is a contributor to The New York Times, NPR’s All Things Considered, Vice, and DJs at the freeform radio station WFMU. He has performed storytelling & stand-up at Upright Citizen’s Brigade, Dixon Place and 92Y Tribeca, and runs his own NYC show called Pitch! Mark used to get naked on bar tops for a living, and once got jokingly “cured” of my homosexuality by a NYC ex-gay church, live on stage at Upright Citizen’s Brigade.. Get into Mark Allen

  • GenderSplash at Dixon Place, October 19th, featuring MargOH! Channing, Kitty Virginia, Leroi Prince, Syditious and Faux Pas!!

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – GenderSplash is a performance series curated by Mathew Heggem and N “The ONLY Letter in Burlesque” that puts queer culture in motion. The artists are asked to explore their bodies, their souls, and their sexual identities in relation to their gender expressions and to reshape queer culture through critical, creative inquiry and sexual celebration. This is where the gay boys dance til dawn, the dykes refuse to U-Haul, and the transgendered rock the playground! You may leave with a lover, or at least a number, and an orgasm of gender enlightenment.

  • Xavier in solo show at Dixon Place Featuring his original vintage soul styled songs

    HTTP://FIERTH.COM – Xavier’s vocal skills have received uncoerced praise from the some of the music industry’s best including TV on the Radio, Mary J. Blige, The Rapture, Pete Tong, D’Angelo, Ashford & Simpson and Lena Horne, as well as a Diesel U Music Award nomination. He’s hollered on records with Scissor Sister Del Marquis, Basement Jaxx vocalists Vula Malinga and Sharlene Hector, Stephin Merritt, and LL Cool J. UK-based music magazine NME calls his music “glorious” and Billboard magazine contends he’s “pure magic”.


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