Kiki & Herb Interviewed

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Interviews

Kiki & Herb is a cabaret act wriiten by Justin Vivian Bond, and performed by Justin Bond and Kenny Mellman. There have been different shows written around the two characters, some which have been performed all over the world to rave reviews.  After attending a performance of Kiki & Herb: coup de theatre (read review) at the off-Broadway Cherry Lane Theater in New York City, I caught up with the stars in the lounge of their dressing room for an interview. It was a quiet space, if you don’t count the […]

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Eddie Izzard is Sexie!

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: On Stage , Reviews

Eddie Izzard is Sexie! The sounds of Tom Jones are pumping through the City Center theater in New York City as graphic images appear on a large screen at the back of the stage. In the closing image we get the sensation that we are traveling through a worm–hole — a term used in many science fiction films to describe a sort of vortex or portal, to get you from one place in space to another quickly. Perhaps it’s a Sci-Fi rabbit hole, but either way I sensed we were about […]

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As I Lay Lypsinking

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: On Stage , Reviews

As I Lay Lypsinking is a bit of Lights, Playback, Attitude! The art of lip-syncing has been around since… well, longer than me, and some people find it boring. However, this show is a theatrical ride: attitudes, style, grace, glamour, rage, and insanity, delivered in a fast manic style that never leaves you waiting. A myriad of lighting hues dress the emotions of the moment, and change with no warning. You get the feeling you’re on SLD — looking into a dream, but it’s someone else’s — and it’s fabulous. From […]

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Teryl-Lynn Foxx

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Interviews

Miss Gay Lousiana, Miss Clique USA, Liaison to the Governors Office, & an Ebony Princess  Around the age of 22 Mr. Terry Sanders made the decision to become  Miss Teryl-Lynn Fox. When I asked when she first had thoughts of becoming a woman I was shocked to find out that it was not until she was about 20. She said, “I always did girly things but never dreamed of becoming a girl early in life.” After graduating college Teryl taught history and civics to high school students for two years. “Although […]

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From The Ashes

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: In Search Of , Opinion

From the ashes of tragedy a spirit has risen from within New York City to unite the citizenry of our great nation. What was meant to terrorize has galvanized us as Americans and awakened a sleeping giant, which has shown its strength and courage. And it is that strength that makes America great. It is not in our real estate, or our government – it is in the spirit of our people. Hero’s have stepped up in a moment of crises to risk their lives simply because they were needed […]

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