Archive for March 24, 2014
Oh geeze, when favorite human, Barbara Maier invites you to play a song for a star-studded, super-cabaret benefit for Joe’s Pub, New York Voices and the Ali Forney Center, you just say yes. Even if you’re not sure who you are anymore and you don’t have a clue as to what to wear. I will be there, wearing something that does not feel quite right, but flanked by lovely friends/musicians who do–Julie Delano, Julie Lamendola, Johnny Dydo (drums)and Zane Van Dusen (bass). We will sing a song about physicist, Richard Feynman, because the night is about movement and change, and he studied the essences of everything, and often described everything as being made up of tiny bits that were “jiggling” all the time. Everything’s moving all the time. And as a professional thinker, he found that you didn’t have to pound the problems to get the answers. You could tap at them lightly. That’s what the song is about. Tap-tap-tapping…
Look at the line-up. Good lord…
Justin Vivian Bond, Michael Cavadias, Angela Di Carlo, Eisa Davis, Miguel Gutierrez, Nicholas Gorham, Carol Lipnik, Amber Martin, Lady Rizo, Viva Ruiz,Chris Rael, Sanda Weigl, Earl Dax and MORE!
An FB event link from Chris Rael: https://www.facebook.com/events/229607627239917/Share
I can’t believe it’s already the last show of our run at La Mama. It ended up being the extended run after all. It seemed like the right thing to do, even though I’m missing most of SXSW. I’m happy for the chance to work with these people–amazing, adorable, enormously talented and generous people. We made this thing together, and we got to share it with people. Really, what’s better than that.
Last night, our fill-in back stage assistant manager, Briana, took this video from back stage of a little section of one of my numbers. Vova did the projections and art work. I did the leaps into oblivion. Ha.
Last show is tonight, 7:30pm, Friday the 14th at La Mama Experimental Theater, 74 E 4th St, New York, NY 10003, ph: 212 475-7710Share