‘Tis the season for holiday queer, and we’re digging in for another witty and wild episode of 44 Charlton.
Whether you’re pro-holidays, anti-holidays, or entirely holiday-agnostic, there will be something for you and your beloveds (and maybe even your estranged and heartbreakingly dry cousin Terry).
This month, host Julian Fleisher is joined by actor and performer Ana Gasteyer (Saturday Night Live, Mean Girls, Lady Dynamite), avant garde performance trio QuaQuaQua and comedian Dewayne Perkins.
Come for the cheap drinks. Stay to become a part of spontaneous genius. The wheels might come off! The clothes might come off! Bring your expectations to the door, then pick them up again after the show.
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About the Host
From Lincoln Center to downtown dive bars, all of New York is host Julian Fleisher‘s playground and stage. He’s performed with, for or adjacent to an astonishing number of nightlife luminaries. Singer, writer, producer and host of WNYC Studios’ The Naked American Songbook, he’s never won a Peabody, but he was named “Best Calves Below 14th Street” by a committee of very earnest businessmen. Google him; we don’t have the space to do his accolades justice.
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Past guests include: Pilobolus, Michelle Buteau, Mike Hot-Pence, Mo Rocca, Leah Bonnema, The Neofuturists, Elevator Repair Service, Steve Cuiffo, Paris Monster, Tigger! Ferguson, Wali Collins, Tales from Beyond the Pale, The D.R.E.A.M. Ring, Gabrielle Hamilton, Adam Hamway, American Candy, Shouthouse, Miles Hodges, Daniel Isengart, Michael R. Jackson, DysFunkTional SoleZ, Joel Kim Booster, Amy Leon, Amber Martin, Champagne Jerry, Liz Miele, The Dance Cartel, Kaila Mullady, Shakina Nayfack, Adam Platt, Vicki Kristina Barcelona, Jessica Rowboat, Eric Schmalenberger, Kenny Neal Shults, Ben Seretan, Leaders of The Shift, Paul Tran, Adrienne Truscott, Kelly Tsai, Julian Velard and Sydnee Washington.