Tuesday, June 28, 2011


I never imagined myself hosting a trivia night, but tonight, that something I never imagined myself doing -- happened. I hosted the LES Trivia at Fontana's, sponsored by TheLoDownNY.com and The Tenement Museum and it was really fun, though some of the questions were really hard. Some friends, colleagues, acquaintances and heroes made answers - people such as Moby, Reverend Jen, Lady Gaga and Ann Magnuson (can you match the correct person to the correct title?) and many others, including David Peel and Fiorello La Guardia, who is one of my favorite mayors.

There were baby cupcakes by Sugar Sweet Sunshine which is my favorite cupcake shop in the LES - they are always really nice, really professional and their cupcakes taste good. They hit all three of their describing words in their title.

Prizes were pretty sweet too - pickles from the pickle guy, Russ and Daughters gift certificates, free tickets to the Sunshine Cinema and other goodies, as well. I even sang two songs in front of the very mixed audience. Let's see what kind of emails Traven gets tonight.

When I tell you a show is going to be fun, I'm not just saying it for craps and chuckles. Tomorrow night I'm performing in the Comedy Tech Ball as emcee which I've already told you about. On July 2nd (which is this weekend) I'm doing this:
HyperGender Burlesque Presents:

Red, White and Bruised
WOW Cafe Theater
59-61 E. 4th Street, 4th floor
(btw Bowery & 2nd ave)
New York, NY 10003
F to 2nd Avenue, 6 to Astor place

July 2nd, 2011

Host JZ Bich, the international provocateurette and hypergender
diva extraordinaire will introduce a series of sexy guests:

Jessica Delfino
Miss Em
Anja Keister
Olive Demetrius
Crimson Boudoir
Arianne Benford
Anti Social - the mad genius and HyperGender's resident videographer

And on Fri, July 8th at 7:30 PM, I'm doing the Funny Women On Film Festival and premiering a BRAND NEW VIDEO. Stay tuned and save the date. In the meantime, grab your tickets here: http://tinyurl.com/fgfilm

And attend here:
Soho Gallery for Digital Art
138 Sullivan St.
New York, NY

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