Sassy Revue Starring Broadway's Natalie Joy Johnson & Drag Darling Eve Starr
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The last date listed for High Spirits & Low Standards was Thursday October 17, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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Inspired by The Golden Girls, the beloved Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning sitcom of the '80s and '90s, Thank You For Being a Friend returns to the stage by popular demand. In this hilariously unauthorized musical parody, four women over the age of 60 -- the promiscuous Blanchette, the ball busting Dorthea, the ditzy Roz and the bitingly sarcastic Sophie (all played here by beautifully bewigged men) -- live relatively peacefully together in a bungalow in Miami. But when neighbor Ricky Martin's noisy outdoor sex parties begin interrupting the ladies' cheesecake feasts, a battle begins that can only be settled in one place: the annual Shady Oaks Retirement Home Talent Show. Learn More
About the performers:
Natalie Joy Johnson is a singer/actress/cabaret artiste extraordinaire living in New York City. Natalie broke out onto the NY theatre scene in 2004, playing the role of Nadia in the off-Broadway cult hit, Bare: A Pop Opera. She made her Broadway debut as law school lesbian Enid Hoopes in Legally Blonde: The Musical. She then went out with the first national tour of Legally Blonde, this time playing the role of the UPS-loving manicurist, Paulette Buonofante. Natalie has headlined sold-out concerts in various venues all over Manhattan including Joe's Pub, Feinstein's at the Regency, Ars Nova, and the Cutting Room.
Eve Starr has been stirring the pot of NYC nightlife fabulousness for the past several years. This southern born debutramp rapidly established herself as a fresh and sparkling jewel in the blinding tiara of NYC drag with appearances on MTV, Kevin Cahoon’s Fashionista video, Booka Shade’s Sweet Lies video and co-starred along side Jai Rodriguez on Broadway in Exposed for the Actor’s Fund. She has also graced the sticky after-hours stages of some of New York’s finest establishments including therapy (Psycho Babble at therapy with co-host Mimi Imfurst and Codependent Tuesdays with Natalie Joy Johnson), Lavish Lounge, Splash, The Parkside Lounge, East of Eighth, and the infamous The Slide.