Sexy ladies of burlesque get some gender bending in “Brolesque” at LA’s Rockwell Table & Stage.
The bro-ed up musical parody, which starts Jan. 31, tips its hat to the Cher and Christina Aguilera musical and puts on a tribute show with all men.
In talking to its leads Garrett Clayton (TV’s “Hairspray”) and KCdilla (from the ever so popular “Dragula”), they never used the word drag but instead opted for gender bending.
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Lana McKissack takes over for Drew Barrymore as frumpy 25-year-old L.A. Times copy editor Josie Geller (2000 miles west of the 1999 movie smash’s Chicago Sun-Times), who might just accomplish her dream of becoming an honest-to-goodness reporter if she can ace the assignment she’s as long last been given by editor-in-chief Rigfort (Matt Shively), i.e., to go undercover as a 17-year-old high school student and write a tell-all expose about teen life today.
Trouble is, Josie’s high school years were
Josie is 25 years old and nervous about her first day of high school. At least she’s finalized her outfit: a white, feather-lined lingerie robe that holds the promise of a fresh start free of bad teen memories.
The music comes to a pause. She steps forward and takes a deep breath. “I’m not Josie Grossy anymore!” she shouts, to riotous audience applause.
It’s an iconic moment for fans of “Never Been Kissed,” the 1999 romantic comedy starring Drew Barrymore
In a male-dominated sport, Angela Ruch has nothing short of a need for speed. Although she’s the niece of former Daytona 500 champion Derrike Cope, Ruch also has had no issue creating her own spotlight. The female driver made history with her 2019 debut in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series at Daytona, becoming the first female in Gander Trucks history to lead laps at Daytona International Speedway.
Ruch is buckling down this season as she plans to
A Dallas High School got a special assignment today, from the leader of “Give A Child A Voice.”
Rolling with the punches! Cooking for celebrities can be tricky, but chefs Wayne Elias and Joe Flamm, who are handling two separate post-Grammy Awards bashes, don’t let any atypical food requests make them sweat.
Elias and Crumble CateringOpens in a new Window. will be working Steven Tyler‘s Grammy Awards viewing party to benefit Janie’s Fund on Sunday, January 26. The veteran chef plans to prepare four courses for the shindig and each course will have a vegan option. Dishes
“Eric Erdman is spending his final moments in life giving back to others that have been victims of child abuse or bullying. Eric and his brother Tyler are here this morning with more on their mission to Give A Child A Voice.”
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