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William TN Hall steps out from behind the piano.
Erickatoure Aviance gets nasty Mondays in the East Village.
Bruce LaBruce on his MoMA retrospective, queer anger, and porn stars as the last gay radicals.
Molly Rhinestones does not mess around when it comes to a Friday night on the town.
LGBT picks from the Tribeca Film Festival.
Dane Terry’s surreal musical tales will leave you spellbound.
Lady Simon won’t settle for just one "Drag Race" viewing party on Mondays.
Ruby Roo’s Tuesday night takes her all over the city for shows and cocktails with her favorites girls.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Monday, April 20

Broadway Sings Tori

Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker St (btwn Thompson/Sullivan Sts), Broadway stars Laura Benant, Lena Hall, Rob Morrison, Molly Pope, Mandy Gonzalez, and others celebrate the music of Tori Amos at this concert benefitting anti-sexual violence campaign RAINN. 7pm; $50/$100 VIP. 

Force Majeure

The Cobra Club, 6 Wyckoff Ave (btwn Troutman/Jefferson Sts), Bushwick, This wacky vaudeville show moves to Monday nights for April, with a performance by drag diva Chris of Hur. 9pm; $10.

RuPaul’s Drag Race

Industry, 355 W 52nd St (btwn Eighth/Ninth Aves), Happy hour at Industry is extended till 10pm for Miz Cracker’s Drag Race viewing party. Stick around after the show for Broadway-calibre performances at Marty Thomas’s weekly Diva showcase. 9pm; free.


Don Pedro, 90 Manhattan Ave (btwn Boerum/McKibbin Sts), Williamsburg, 718-218-6914. Macy Rodman and Severely Mame recap the latest episode of Drag Race during their “Salty Talk” segment before giving irreverent shows. 9pm; free.

Drag Race

Rockbar, 185 Christopher St (@ Weehawken St), If you thought the Drag Race judges were harsh, just wait until you hear Misty Meaner, Mocha Lite, and Busted’s commentary at this fierce screening party. These queens turn out fierce shows after the main event has ended, so be sure to stick around. 9pm; free.

Hot Fruit

Metropolitan, 559 Lorimer St (btwn Metropolitan Ave/Devoe St), Williamsburg, Celebrate 4/20 with #Giant rapper Will Sherridan at this special edition of David Sokolowski’s queer party, with performances by Tom Barranca, 3Xs, Derrick Cobb, Lady Simon, and others. 10pm; free.

Monday, April 20, 2015