My recent book party, as I've written 100 times, was a lively swirl of reality show people, Broadway stars, comics, and old Italians.
I was very happy to have gotten an rsvp from two of the luminaries I'd invited--Tony Sheldon and Nick Adams, from Broadway's Priscilla, who had a performance ... More >>
The Copacabana turned it out last night with food, booze, percussionists, and dancing Copa girls for the gala launch of my book, Fork on the Left, Knife in the Back, promoted by Chip Duckett.
Countess LuAnn de Lesseps and Lisa Lampanelli cohosted and were pure delight, both taking the stage ... More >>
Priscilla, Queen of the Desert is a crowd-pleasing Broadway show--that is, until the very end, when the audience feels a tiny bit kicked in the gut.
See, by all rights, Tony Sheldon, who plays the elder gal, Bernadette, and who's been with the production from day one, should get the last bow ... More >>
You're looking at the image that's above the big Times Square marquee for the Broadway version of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.
It's also the main visual on the show's site's homepage.
As you can see, it features three gussied-up divas in a campy pose.
But they're women!