Dan McEvily is a freelance writer and public relations specialist. As a child of the ‘80s whose babysitter was television, young Daniel became mesmerized by the opulent beauty of Dynasty’s Alexis Carrington and the infectious musical styling’s of Jem and the Holograms, and has been a lifelong pop culture nerd since.'
Baltimore’s home-grown dance legend Ultra Naté seems to forever be in perpetual motion. Her two-decade plus career of performing, writing, promoting, and dee-jaying has produced five critically acclaimed studio albums, seven #1 singles on the Billboard Dance chart, and a loyal fan base dedicated to her unique blend of dance/house/R&B/pop sounds.
Get ready to get into it, Baltimore. This Thursday, June 6, drag super group DWV is coming to town to sing a couple songs, have a few laughs, and let you have it.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake spent the better part of 2012 pounding the pavement in support of marriage equality in Maryland. Now, on the heels of the Civil Marriage Protection Act’s successful passage into law last January, it seems only fitting that she can enjoy a much deserved victory lap at this year’s Baltimore Pride as the event’s grand marshal.
Fashion icon Oleg Cassini once said, “Fashion anticipates, and elegance is a state of mind... a mirror of the time in which we live, a translation of the future, and should never be static.”
With a song in her heart, a kick in her step, and a name begging to be seen in lights (on a freeway at least), Sunrize Highway will roll onto the Creative Alliance stage April 26 for a one-night only engagement filled with Broadway showtunes and plenty of bravado.
The legend of a Hollywood legend is about to crashland into Charm City when Looped begins its two week engagement at the Hippodrome March 5. The play centers around an infamous recording session of the equally infamous pill-popping, boozy, acid-tonged actress Tallulah Bankhead, who has been called in to re-record (or loop) one line of dialogue for her final film, 1965’s campy Die! Die! My Darling!
With over three decades in the entertainment game, comedian, actress, singer, activist and all around Renaissance woman Sandra Bernhard has built a career on challenging social mores with her thoughtful insights and sardonic tongue. Bernhard, who will be bringing her one-woman cabaret extravaganza to Frostburg, Md. and Washington, D.C. Feb. 28 – March 2, recently spoke to Gay Life about her upcoming shows, the state of the Union, and her love of Venus and Serena Williams.
“And so Patricia, as I was telling you, that deluded rector has in literal effect closed the church to me.”