HAIR/HAIRSPRAY/AMERIACN IDOL Star Joins THE WITCHES RUMBLE October 30

HAIR/HAIRSPRAY/AMERIACN IDOL Star Joins THE WITCHES RUMBLE October 30

Singing diva beltress Diana DeGarmo (American Idol; Hairspray and Hair on Broadway) joins the cast of THE WITCHES RUMBLE. This special one-night-only Halloween event will offer a dynamic mix of rock, broadway, drag, and burlesque. The evening is hosted by drag star Boudoir LeFleur with a cast that includes Bette Midler impersonator Jennica McCleary, who offers a haunting burlesque number that takes Hocus Pocus to an all new level; Honey Davenport as a voodoo goddess; and Kimmi Moore of the Cut Throat Drag Duo "the Assassins". THE WITCHES RUMBLE runs Tuesday, October 30 at 10pm at The Laurie Beechman Theatre, located inside West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42 Street (just west of Ninth Avenue). Tickets are $22 at 212-352-3101 or online at www.SpinCycleNYC.com. A $35 VIP ticket that includes reserved seating and a meet-and-greet is also available. There is a $20 food/drink minumum at all performances.

Dragged from the 18th century Eastern European gutters and through the 19th Century brothels, Boudoir LeFleur is a twenty-first century witch who rules the stage unapologetically. Raised by a band of circus folk, she has emerged a briar rose. Her beauty and poise is both elegant and deadly. Boudoir has no shame in sharing her gifts of the dark magic to entertain and entice. Theatricality has never seen the likes of LeFleur, and it is safe to say, "She's Fearless!" With a history in classical dance, Martha Graham modern dance technique, and musical theatre touring companies, Boudoir has performed on stages professionally in every American State. This wild "Can-Can Queen" is a Fire Island favorite and one of New York City's newest stars. A siren, dancer, fire-cracker, and force to behold.

Born in the ghetto of West-Philadelphia, Honey Davenport had early dreams of breaking out and creating art that could change the world. Notorious for her crazy-colored mowhawks, high-energy powerhouse dance performances, and the winner of the first season of 'So You Think You Can Drag,' she now hosts two of New York City's most popular nights. A national title holder, Glam Award winner, and nightlife celebrity, she has recorded original singles and maintains her position as the House of Davenport's reigning queen. With a diverse musical background, she melds gender-bending, live singing, and dance into one powerful amalgamation, and is a force to behold.

Diana DeGarmo first rose to fame at the age of 16, making it all the way thru to the finale of Season 3 of "American Idol." She quickly made the leap to the stage making her Broadway debut at the age of 18 playing Penny in Tony Award-winning musical Hairspray. She then went on to play Sheila in the Tony Award-winning revival of Hair. Diana has appeared off-Broadway in The Toxic Avenger and the revival of The Marvelous Wonderettes. She headlined the First National Tours of Brooklyn The Musical and 9 to 5, as well as headlining the recent national tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and the World Tour of Jekyll & Hyde. Diana has appeared in the films Alto, After the Sun Fell, and The First Ride Of Wyatt Earp and on television as Angelina on "The Young and the Restless." Diana continues to record music. Her first single "Dreams" reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart. Her EP's include "Unplugged in Nashville," "Live to Love," and her most recent release "Gemini - Volume 1."

A native of Navarre Ohio, Jennica McCleary made the stage her home at a very early age. By the age of sixteen she was working professionally as a performer and choreographer receiving rave reviews and earning several awards along the way. Since then she has traveled all over the country performing in New York City, L.A. and Las Vegas to name a few. Some of her favorite roles include Sally (Cabaret), Aldonza (Man of La Mancha), Johanna (Sweeney Todd) and Lucy (Jekyll and Hyde). Jennica has been performing all over the country as Ms. Midler in her own tribute to the diva's long career entitled "Divine Deception," and is most well known for originating the role of Winifred Sanderson in Disney World's "Spelltacular."

A Glam Award Nominee and headlining queen at Cherry's On The Bay, Kimmi Moore is a young, fresh, and talented song writer and recording artist having recently released her hit single "My Head" (available on iTunes). A founding member of the House of Assassins, this drag artist embodies the "Triple Threat." Her high-energy dancing and famous death drop keeps audiences thirsty for more. A Sayville native and Cherry Grove staple, this "Son of a preacher man" is one of New York City's hottest, newest talents.

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