Celebrate NYC Pride at Joe's Pub with Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret, Latrell!, Julie Klausner, New Alternatives and More, Beg. 6/19

Celebrate NYC Pride at Joe's Pub with Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret, Latrell!, Julie Klausner, New Alternatives and More, Beg. 6/19

Celebrate NYC Pride at Joe's Pub at the Public with performers including: No Hope Productions Presents SIREN/KINGS, Martha Graham CRACKER CABARET, Champagne Jerry, LATRELL! LATRELL! JACKSON IS NOT ANGELA BASSETT, Julie Klausner CABARET SITUATION, Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments, Voices for Homeless LGBTQ Youth: A Benefit for New Alternatives, BROWN GIRLS BURLESQUE, and more!


Thursday, June 19 at 7:00 PM


Join the sassy sensations of Siren and the luscious country cool of Kings as they come together for a harmonious escape at the legendary Joe's Pub. New York nightlife all-stars Shanna Sharp, Colleen Harris and Lindsay Morgan are Siren. Called a "power diva pop trio" by BroadwayWorld.com, the ladies of Siren serve up your favorite pop tunes, belted with a country-fried charm. Robert Maril, Emily Bielagus and Stephanie Bishop are Kings. A queercore/folk/country trio based in Brooklyn, they draw inspiration from American roots music, early Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn, the American Riot Grrl movement, and modern folk greats like Ani DiFranco and Indigo Girls. This show is presented by NO HOPE Productions.


Friday, June 20 at 11:30 PM


After a string of sold out shows and acclaim, the Martha Graham Cracker Cabaret returns to the Pub! This balls-to-the-wall drag cabaret is hosted by Martha Graham Cracker, who may be the world's tallest and hairiest drag queen. Backed by a four-piece live band, Martha Graham Cracker, hailed as "The Drag Queen King" by the Philadelphia Inquirer, performs new arrangements and mashups of songs by artists ranging from Prince and Crowded House to Motley Crue and Nina Simone, and a bit of everything in between. The cabaret was Jump Philly Magazine's Top 5 Most Exciting Musical Experiences of 2013 and has one numerous editorial awards in Philadelphia, including Best Drag Show and Best Gay Night Out in Philadelphia magazine.

Martha Graham Cracker is played by Dito van Reigersberg, co-founding co-artistic director of Philadelphia's Obie-winning Pig Iron Theatre Company. The character was born in van Reigersberg's East Village kitchen while he was attending the Martha Graham School of Dance.


Saturday, June 21 at 9:30 PM


Champagne Jerry - the self-proclaimed Greatest Rapper in the World - continues to release a new single every month on champagnejerry.com, paired, like champagne and brie, with a show at Joe's Pub. Having rolled out over the course of a year, the singles comprise Champagne Jerry's forthcoming album For Real, You Guys, which will be released in July 2014. Champagne Jerry, also known as Neal Medlyn, is a rapper and performance artist who, along with his main producer, Max Tannone and his onstage entourage, the Champagne Club, seek to transform the world every single time they hit the stage. Real beats, real rapping, real champagne, real realness.


Sunday, June 22 at 9:30 PM


Latrell Jackson is getting married ya'll! It's time to throw a bachelor party on the set of his newest show "LATRELL!" a.k.a. "The Most Fabulous News Broadcast Known to Man!" Though Latrell is known for his outrageous and his unapologetic behavior, there is more to him than meets the eye. Under those leopard print leggings and body glitter lays razor sharp social satire and political comedy. Like the love child of RuPaul and Stephen Colbert or even the grandson of Moms Mabley, Latrell has his finger on the pulse of current events and social trends. With no allegiances to political parties, ideologies or even the one and only Oprah, Latrell takes on the socio-political zeitgeist with no mercy (all while picking out wedding cakes) in this one-night-only event! Male strippers not included.


Tuesday, June 24 at 9:30 PM


Every month, Bridget Everett & The Tender Moments bring their funny yet gut-wrenching and outrageous performance to the Pub. Led by the singing tour-de-force Bridget Everett, "a pure id on the rampage" (The New York Times), the band has sold-out venues nationally and developed a cult-like following with their edgy, sexed-up, punk rock cabaret. Each performance is as explosive as it is unpredictable, welcoming special guests like Fred Armisen, Patti LuPone, Flea, Dan Finnerty, Tonya Pinkins, Marc Shaiman, Peaches, Neal Medlyn and Jake Shears while fans such as Ben Stiller, Jonah Hill, Andy Cohen, Sarah Jessica Parker and Lily Taylor can be seen laughing hysterically in the audience.