Certified PUNK Accountant Billy Anderson and Darling of Downtown Cabaret John C. Hume unite for the first time in The Wonder Bar Boys: EXposed!, a one-night-only Kiki for the Gawds. Join two of New York Citys beloved cabaret veterans (and real-life EX-boyfriends) as they reclaim the grunge and glamour of the East Village, and celebrate the (in)famous locations own journey from the grit of the Wonder Bar and Eastern Bloc to the avant-garde realness of Club Cumming.Get ready to Turn Up conflict free and EXperience a rapturous, raucous good time as these phoen-EXes fly through time and space EXploring what it takes to stop hating and start celebrating where you are in your life so we can stop fighting and start moving forward. Tackling politics, dreams coming true, and the highs and lows of performing, The Wonder Bar Boys are here to stop yelling and start singing, revealing their EXplicit opulence and EXposing themselves as the diabolical diamonds in the rough they are. With Musical Director Mason Griffin (Naked Boys Singing!) at the helm, Billy and John bring their trademark wit and originality to EXplore the ever-changing scene of the East Village through an eclectic mix of personal stories and songs ranging from classics by Dolly Parton and Bette Midler to modern hits by Taylor Swift and The Scissor Sisters, and everything in between (including a Billy Anderson original!). Get ready for an odd-yssey to the Eighth Stage of EXtravaganza with The Boys who have been there, done that, and are here to do it all again!
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Cabaret Stars Billy Anderson And John C. Hume Join Line-up For Club Cumming's New Monday Night Cabaret Series
October 11, 2019
CLUB CUMMING, Alan Cumming's East Village cabaret venue, presents a?oeCertified PUNK Accountanta?? Billy Anderson and a?oeDarling of Downtown Cabareta?? John C. Hume in The Wonder Bar Boys: EXposed! on Monday, November 4th at 7:30pm as part of the Club's new Monday Night Cabaret Series. After years of performing their own solo acts and selling out shows at famed venues Feinstein's/54 Below, Don't Tell Mama, and The Duplex, among others, these two cabaret veterans (and real-life EX-boyfriends) unite for the first time in a one-night-only Kiki for the Gawds to reclaim the grunge and glamour of the East Village, and celebrate the (in)famous location's own journey from the grit of the Wonder Bar and Eastern Bloc to the avant-garde realness of Club Cumming.