Saturday, September 26, 2009

Birthday for a King and a Cowboy with a Queen

On September 26, I was thrilled to be a guest at the highly anticipated annual birthday bash called Kings & Cowboys, celebrating the birthdays of Randy Jones, the original Cowboy of the iconic disco group The Village People, and Keith Collins, King of New York, event/party promoter and star of Games People Play on VH1 and The F List of the Fuse network. The soiree took place at the posh Citrine nightclub in Chelsea area of New York City. A party featuring a King and a Cowboy was in need of a Queen!

Thursday, September 17, 2009

The Big Gay Musical

Everyone loves openings! And we had the best time at the New York City Premiere screening of the latest movie I appear in, The Big Gay Musical. It's a hilarious and entertaining musical comedy film, produced by Fred Caruso and directed by Casper Andreas. The film is about an off-Broadway show called Adam & Steve, Just the Way God Made Them being produced while the actors try to cope with Gay, romantic and Slutty life in modern times. So far it's the only motion picture that features me as both genders. You can see Mr. Clover Welsh as Paul's Date and Lady Clover Honey as a Cabaret Performer! Besides myself, Lady Clover Honey, other in the wonderful new movie include Daniel Robinson (Hairspray), Joey Dudding (Enchanted), Steve Hayes (Trick), Celina Carvajal (All My Children), Brent Corrigan, Michael Musto (Village Voice), Slice O'Minnelli and Marty Thomas (Wicked). The Big Gay Musical is playing at Chelsea Clearview Cinema in New York City. I had the best time with friends Lovari, Jed Ryan, Jesse Archer, Allison Lane, Margaret and others who came out. It's a must see! You're sure to love it!

Monday, September 7, 2009

The Drag Queen Hall of Fame

I'm thrilled and honored to be listed in the national Drag Queen Hall of Fame. Alongside Ru Paul, Dame Edna, Divine, Lady Bunny, Flip as Geraldine and others is Lady Clover Honey, immortalized with inclusion in the legendary Hall of Fame.

Visit The Drag Queen Hall of Fame via the link below:

Fruity Comedy Cabaret

I always said that laughter and a sense of humor were the best fashion accessories that are always in style. That is why I was delighted to have the opportunity to be the Mistress of Ceremonies at the official Comedy showcase for the annual Fresh Fruit Festival. It was called Going Bananas and was held on July 11th at the renowned Cabaret/Comedy showroom Don't Tell Mama in New York City's Broadway Theater District. The show featured famous stand up comics like Kaitlin Colombo (NBC's Last Comic Standing) and Jaffe Cohen (Funny Gay Males, As Good As It Gets). Also in the line-up were comedians Johnny Tremendous, Evie Aronson and Transgender Funny Girl Rita Petite.