The presidential race may be over, but New York City residents aren’t done with election season. As a matter of fact, the race for New York City Mayor is just getting underway. Although it is early in the race, GaySocialites.com is ready to endorse a candidate in the packed field of Democrats fighting to become Mayor.
The GaySocialites ventured out on Thursday night to the Ritz in New York City where three of Manhattan’s biggest names in nightlife have come together for a night of good times, good music and good people!
March 2013 is going to be one “ridiculous” month for director Jonathan Warman. Ridiculous Theatre that is! First off Warman is to be reunited with the incomparable Everett Quinton, who will be playing the title role in a staged reading of Medea by Charles Ludlam that Warman is directing for the amazing Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, on Monday, March 18 at 8 pm. Everett (alternating with Black-Eyed Susan) created the role when he took over leadership of the Ridiculous Theatrical Company after Ludlam’s passing in 1987. Tickets available here.
Then Warman is going to fully stage – for one night only - Kitchenette by Ronald Tavel, one of the first “ridiculous theater” plays ever! Adapted from Tavel’s scenario for the Andy Warhol film “Kitchen”, Kitchenette hilariously spoofs the making of an avant-garde movie. Tickets available here.
Please forgive us, but we don’t have the GaySocialites.com Awards Spectacular ready for release today as originally planned. Why you ask?
Normally a “Night Out with the GaySocialites” features pictures of our drunken ventures at a nightclub, show or such. This edition is, however, a little more festive.
On this “Night Out with the GaySocialites” we take you out to look at the Christmas lights… New York style. Here’s a look at the lights featuring holiday windows from shops such as Henri Bendel, Chanel and Cartier to the Rockefeller tree and some of the beautifully decorated streets of Manhattan: