I had the pleasure of performing with fellow Australian and Drag Race alumni, Courtney Act over this past weekend, in her Christmas extravaganza, “‘Twas the G’Day Before Christmas” at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC. Serving as her “Sexy Santa,” I was stripped by Miss Act, before singing my decidedly un-Christmassy version of William Bolcom’s “Song of Black Max,” accompanied by the incredibly talented Lance Horne at the piano. Check out Courtney’s wonderful new Christmas single “Dear Santa, Bring Me a Man,” with Willam and Alaska Thunderfuck on iTunes.
Breaking the Internet with the impossibly beautiful Courtney Act, and the formidably talented Lance Horne, Christmas 2014.
In other news, my electro-cabaret, “NOVA NOIR,” returns to the Manderley Bar at the McKittrick Hotel December 10, 10:30PM, exploring my neo-Weimar, electropop catalogue, and showcasing my new mash-up of “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” and Missy Elliott’s “Work It” (first seen last month at The Meeting at Joe’s Pub). The Manderley Bar is located at 542 West 27th street, and the show is free of charge!
Tuesday, December 9th sees the opening of “CAKE,” a new photographic exhibition by Edwin Pabon, housed at NYC’s G Lounge. I’m delighted to be included in the show, along with behinds belonging to Will Wilkle, Seth Fornea, and Matthew Camp, among many glorious others. I’m also featured on the official merchandise for the show, in the form of the fantastic t-shirts Mr. Pabon created with Ben Copperwheat, available at the opening of the exhibition (6-9PM//G Lounge//255 W 19th St.), and later in a limited edition collection online at http://www.edwinpabonphotography.com. Follow Edwin on Instagram for more fantastic images at @mrgagger, and click through for his enchanting Tumblr.
Kim Smith in Edwin Pabon’s “CAKE” at G Lounge, NYC