Thursday (6.30.2022)

THURSDAY (6.30.2022) Your daily guide to New York queer nightlife events.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN EAST / FLATIRON

CHELSEA

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE / LES

LOWER MANHATTAN / CHINATOWN / FINANCIAL DISTRICT

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

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BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

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On Point With: Sophya Medina

This Puerto Rican born beauty queen recently won a major national pageant, and is about to help a drag sister claim a crown of her own. Bow down to Sophya Medina!


Thotyssey: Hello Sophya, how was your Pride?

Sophya Medina: Hi Thotyssey, thanks for having me here! It was so much fun… I really enjoyed all this month!

You actually were getting your Pride on way back in June, when I saw you march in Jackson Heights for Queens Pride in your full Miss Mundo Latina USA Plus 2021 sash and crown regalia!

Yes! It was so amazing being in the area [within the parade] with my title. And also I was partnering with the Hispanic Aids Forum and Latino Pride Center on site with prevention, condoms, and HIV tests for our community!

Tell us a bit about your triumphant turn at the Miss Mundo Latina pageant, and your history with drag pageantry.

Miss Mundo Latina USA was held in Washington DC; it’s a national pageant, and it has ten years of history in that state. One time I attended this pageant as a dresser, and it caught my attention. And three years later, I caught the crown being Miss New York Mundo Latina USA; also I won Talent and Question and Answer.

My close friends know that I love pageantry so much; I enjoy it a lot. This crown is my second national title, and my Number 9 crown. I’ve been doing pageants since 2016 when I was in Puerto Rico. In 2018 I left my country to see new opportunities and to grow as an artist and entertainer, and now New York became my home.

What was your life like in Puerto Rico before you came here… and how might you describe the drag scene there?

My life was amazing there. I left my family, my friends and great people that gave me opportunities to grow as an artist. Puerto Rico was great, but I think that I fulfilled my dreams and it was a time for a challenge and to look for new opportunities.

The drag scene there? The only think that I can say is that Puerto Rico is one of the best scenes in the world for me: competitive, classy and elevated. Everybody has to go and see Puerto Rico’s drag scene in person; it’s another level experience!

There are a number of young PR-born queens here in NY like Vena Cava, Victoria Holiday and Warhola Pop! Did you know any of them back in Puerto Rico?

Oh yes! They are icons on the island!

Have you found that your own drag has changed at all since you came to New York?

Completely! First of all, to start doing my own makeup… that was a nightmare! But finally I woke up, and now every day is opportunity to get better. When I saw how competitive and good drag is in NYC, I got completely mesmerized!

How might you describe your drag today, for anyone who has never seen you perform before? And have you had a favorite venue for doing it here in NYC?

I will say that everyone has to come to my show and watch it! My drag is very spicy, high energy — I’m a dancer, and also I love to do very dramatic ballads. I don’t have one favorite venue to perform in, because every single one that gives me the opportunity to express myself becomes my favorite! A huge thanks to all the persons in the city (Manu, The Q, my sister Freeda Kulo, Kween, Pedro Alvarado, Icon, Polish The Queen, Phil Chanel and all the venues and persons that trust in my work… thank You so much!

We’re all gonna get a chance to see you turn out for a pageant sister pretty soon: this Saturday at the Wow Cafe for Shawntel K. Bonet’s Continental pageant fundraiser! Jasmin Van Wales is hosting, and many great queens including yourself will be performing!

Yes! I’m excited to share the stage with amazing performance like Jasmin Van Wales! This is going to be great because we’re gonna help one of the girls of the city to fulfill her dream to compete on that big Continental stage. It’s going to be great, and everyone is invited!

What else are you up to these days?

Now I’m working on a lot of projects…. On August 1st I will be in Guatemala judging an international pageant. And I’m still working with prevention of STI, HIV and PReP for your community with the Hispanic Aids Forum and Latino Pride Center.

Soon I will be back to my country Puerto Rico… and if you don’t see the reality show that I’m hosting, go now to YouTube and type “La Batalla Lipstick Drag” because next season is gonna be in Cali, Colombia. This is the third season, and it’s my second season being part of it. It’s a Latin drag competition where we challenge our contestants on makeup, design, lip sync and talent. It’s a safety space for baby drag queens that want the opportunity to showcase their talent.

Amazing, congrats on the show and everything else!

Thank you Thotyssey, I really appreciate the opportunity to be in your spotlight, and to reach more people that get to know me and my work!

Last question: Drag Race All Stars! Whose team are you on!?

OMG, I have my top five favorites — these All Stars are carrying icons — Raja, Trinity, Shea, Jaida and Jinkx.

Thank you, Sophya!


[Photo: @Shutterflicked]

Check Thotyssey’s calendar for Sophya Medina’s upcoming appearances, and follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

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Wednesday (6.29.2022)

WEDNESDAY (6.29.2022) Your daily guide to New York nightlife.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

WEST VILLAGE / SOHO

EAST VILLAGE / LES

TRIBECA / LOWER MANHATTAN / FINANCIAL DISTRICT

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

WESTCHESTER

NEW JERSEY


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

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Tuesday (6.28.2022)

TUESDAY (6.28.2022) Your daily guide to NYC nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

LOWER MANHATTAN / FINANCIAL DISTRICT

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

WESTCHESTER

NEW JERSEY


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

Save the Date | Full Calendar | Pride 2022

On Point With: DJ JRoc

Known today for bringing the beat to local bar parties, retired dancer JRoc has DJ’ed the big clubs from back in the day as well. Here, he shares how his Pride and trip to Thailand went, what he’s up to now, and the future of dance music.


Thotyssey: Hello JRoc, thanks for chatting with us today! So you had a busy Pride last night… how did it go?

DJ JRoc: It was amazing! So many people, and so much positivity in spite of what’s happening in the world. And I was super nervous.

Yes, I think we all had this awareness of possible problems happening given the political climate. But it wound up being a glorious day filled with positivity for most… and a nice little break from our reality! What were you playing, Pride anthems and otherwise?

Well, I’m obsessed with Brazilian funk beats right now. But I have this remix of J Balvin’s “In da Getto” that has the vocals of Megan the Stallion’s “Thot Shit” that I can’t quit right now, lol! But Pride-wise, I love anything Dua Lipa too.

And recently, you were also in Thailand.

Oh yes, for a much wanted vacation… and also getting content for a future possible YouTube channel. I also got to DJ some places while I was there, which was amazing!

What’s hot out there now, musically? Are they kind of on the same page as us?

Thailand loves Western music; they are super into hip hop and rap! I was at a bar and heard reggaetón! They love all the pop stuff, too. When you go to the tourist spots, it’s so current — it’s crazy. These days with the connectivity we can achieve, it makes it so much easier for other countries to influence each other. The artist there use a lot of Western styles now for their music.

So, “JRoc.” I’m guessing that’s a play on whatever your real name is?

I got that name when I was younger; my real name is John Lewis. So normal, right!? Lol! I was at a school party dancing, and someone said I “rocked it,” and a friend as a joke kept saying “JRoc” — “J” is from John. So when I started DJing, I decided that would be my name. No one really called me that before, except close friends from when I was younger. But now even my mom does, which is hilarious because she was super against it!

Where are you from originally, and was music always a part of your life growing up?

I was born and raised in Topeka, Kansas and lived there ’til I was 18. Music was always in my life: I would play piano by ear, and I also grew up learning to play the trumpet and the saxophone (haven’t touched them in years, lol). But I remember Saturdays, my mom and dad would play Motown classics on a the record player (God I’m old, lol), but I grew up with an eclectic sound. I love big band music, Motown, R&B and pop.

And for a while you were a dancer.

When I was 14 I started training in tap, jazz and ballet. I’ve always been kind of “athletic,” so it felt natural to me. I did musical theater in high school since freshman year; performing always felt like home. I love dancing, and got to see the world because of it. I never hit it big, but I got to do small things with some artists: Britney, Janet, Christina, Missy… but never anything major. I wish, lol!

How did you eventually become a DJ, and a New Yorker?

So my dad is a teacher; when I was young he used to DJ school dances, and I would help him take his music. I never thought to be a DJ until I retired from dancing. I left Kansas when I was 18 to travel in a show. Eventually I came to New York in ’98 to be a choreographer for a boy band that never happened, lol! But I did some small things with MTV, and started getting connected with clubs and working as a barback and bartender. And I was hanging out with DJs and thought, I can do this… it speaks to me. And I started grinding; some gigs were just, like, 25 dollars, just to get a spot to be seen. It was rough, lol!

What were some gigs, residencies, moments, etc. that were personal highlights for you over the years?

OMG, there are so many! Ugh, where do I start? DJing Limelight back in the day! Heaven, Splash, Exit… one day at the Roxy! Just being able to be close to the greats is amazing. It was awesome to be at Splash when Kylie was there, and Kelly Rowland popped up another night! Christina came through, too. I think Splash and Limelight / Avalon were the best times for me. But I love the places I work now, too; they give me the best memories also.

Do you think nightlife is a little less “fun” though, in these days after most of the big clubs have gone? Or is it just different?

I’m a firm believer that you make the fun where you go. At my age, you learn that everything has its merits. I think we were more free and less regulated in the past for sure… but different sandbox, still a great playground. At lease we get to play! I think smaller venues are great because it’s more intimate for us as artists. From my side I get to interact more with people, which gives me so much joy to see people love it. Bigger clubs in the past were more of a “universal fun” feel, if that makes sense. Like, you got to lose yourself in the crowd. But something about now is so awesome in it’s own respect.

So Boxers in NYC started as a gay sports bar in Chelsea with hot shirtless bartenders in signature red boxers, but it’s evolved over the years into a franchise and includes other elements like drag and dance parties. These days, the original Chelsea location still stands, and a new HK location just opened last week. Tell us about where and when we can find you spinning in the Boxersverse nowadays, and what that whole vibe is like.

So I’ve been with Boxers for like 8 or 9 years. I love it because they focus so much on diversity; the types of parties and employees run the spectrum. I love that they are always thinking about the next step, and they stay active in the community — which is super important. I also love it because as a DJ, they encourage me to be just as diverse because they know that’s the crowd. As a community, we are everything and everyone! I feel it is very much a “come as you are, because you’re beautiful” vibe; no pretensions, no muss, no fuss.

Right now Chelsea is home. We are figuring out if I can fit into the HK location… which is gorgeous, by the way. But every Thursday from 7-12 and Saturday from 6-10, you can find me at the Chelsea location. Both Chelsea and HK are gonna try some new things! I’m so excited for it.

And talk to us a bit about your other residency at uptown neighborhood bar Toolbox, which recently expanded its space to accommodate more dance parties and shows! Janae SaisQuoi hosts and performs there on Friday nights, which you DJ. Have you enjoyed the changes in the space?

So, funny story; I had never visited Toolbox before, and started working there a year ago because my friend DJ Nandi asked me to sub in a couple of dates. After that, they asked me to come on. So I never saw it before the renovation… but I absolutely love it. It reminds me of when I worked at Posh in regards to it’s size, but the new lighting and shows are so awesome! The sound system is killer! People literally have been amazed at the changes after Covid, and I think they are absolutely killing it right now. We are even moving into getting gogo boys for some added eye candy on Friday nights when I’m there.

Where else can we find you, now or in the future?

Tuesdays this summer I’m in Cherry Grove on Fire Island, at The Ice Palace, for “Take a Shot Tuesdays” with AndrogyNY and Lauren Ordair. [Other than that] I’m just trying to make it through the summer! I want to look into making a YouTube channel that focuses on giving people hope and joy, if I can find the time; I’m gonna call it “Between a Roc and a Happy Place.” [But for now] just come and support me at Boxers, Toolbox and Fire Island, and stay tuned for future developments.

So finally: “Break My Soul!” Does this truly indicate “the return of house music,” or is that just hype?

OMG, it is so the return of classic house, in the sense of it being on people’s radars! Let’s be honest: the show Legendary has helped to usher this back into the world. Even though that’s not the exact genre of music… it’s part of the culture! Black queer culture has given so much to the world, so it’s nice that it gets a spotlight. But it’s always been there; it’s one of the foundations of dance music. I say, bring on the remixes! Lol, not that they need them… but let’s go!

Thanks, JRoc, and have a great summer!


Check Thotyssey’s calendar for DJ JRoc’s upcoming appearances, and follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Soundcloud and his website.

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Monday (6.27.2022)

MONDAY (6.27.2022) Your daily guide to New York City nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

CHELSEA


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WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE / SOHO

  • JOE’S PUB: Taylor Mac & Matt Ray: Songs From Bark of Millions (7pm)
  • CLUB CUMMING: “Cast-Offs” feat. Ben Rimalower & Daniel Nolen (8pm);
    Lance Horne (9pm)
  • NOWHERE: “Macho Mondays” feat. gogo boys & DJ Ryko (8pm)
  • PHOENIX: TBA

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

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Pride Sunday (6.26.2022)

SUNDAY (6.26.2022) Click the neighborhood to see what Pride events are happening there.

See full list here.

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BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

Saturday (6.25.2022)

SATURDAY (6.25.2022) Your daily guide to New York queer nightlife.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN / MIDTOWN EAST / FLATIRON


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CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

LOWER MANHATTAN / FINANCIAL DISTRICT

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

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Friday (6.24.2022)

FRIDAY (6.24.2022) Your daily guide to New York and New Jersey nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN / MIDTOWN EAST


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CHELSEA

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

LOWER MANHATTAN

  • PIER 36: “Sparkle in the Dark Cruise” (7pm)

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

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NYC Protest for Anti-Abortion Ruling Today

In response to the Supreme Court’s ruling today overturning Roe v. Wade, there will be a protest in New York today in Washington Square Park at 6:30pm. On Instagram, DM @cunyforabortionrights  or @nycforabortionrights if you represent a group that would like to co-sponsor the protest. There is also an action at Union Square @ 5pm with @freedomsocialistsnyc.

Thursday (6.23.2022)

THURSDAY (6.23.2022) Your daily guide to New York queer nightlife events.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN EAST / FLATIRON

CHELSEA

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE / LES

LOWER MANHATTAN / CHINATOWN / FINANCIAL DISTRICT

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

ONLINE CONTENT


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

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On Point With: Bosco

The “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 14 star is largely known for her burlesque aesthetic, classically trained dance repertoire, sharp humor and sexy runway looks. And now that her tour is taking her to NYC Pride, we can all taste what the delicious Bosco has to offer! [Cover photo: Eric Magnussen]


Thotyssey: Hello Bosco, thanks for chatting with us! So where in the world are you now, and what was your last big show like?

Bosco: Howdy! Not a problem at all. I’m currently in Washington DC, on my way to Minneapolis. I’ve had the pleasure of doing a lot of big shows recently, but was especially proud of a show I played recently at House of Blues in Orlando — great party, with a fabulous dance troupe I got to work with called Hard Drive.

What’s your favorite number to do these days?

My favorite song in the whole world is “Careless Whisper” by George Michael, and I love performing it.

[Photo: Stephen Anunson]

Everything you did on that live taped Drag Race finale was exciting and exquisite! Did that experience feel like you were in a Broadway revue or something?

It was a wildly stressful and intense day. I think I was corseted for 8 hours or so? I had bruises and blisters all over my back for a week after. I wouldn’t have made it through that day without the other girls in the Top 5. We were each other’s support group, for sure.

One of my favorite elements of this past season is how you got some flack with being one note with your presentations in the challenges and runways, but then you blew everyone away with how dynamically funny you were in that roast! You also had great reads in that mini-challenge. That must have been the best feeling in the world, when you were able to show that side of yourself, right?

Yes.

You were known for incorporating burlesque into your looks and numbers onstage, and for getting your inspiration from that world. Is it still a big part of what you do?

Oh absolutely, I find a lot of inspiration in burlesque when translating acts to the stage. But the main source of my inspiration comes from strippers and sex workers.

There was a lot of trans visibility on your season, with two queens being openly trans throughout the run, another queen coming out emotionally mid-season (our New York sis Jasmine!) and two queens including yourself coming out after filming. That’s been a really wonderful thing to see! Do you think this opens up many opportunities for non-cis drag performers to be on the show someday?

Who’s to say? It’s hard to say what the impact will be… but I do know that there is no unringing the bell. Our season demonstrated very clearly that trans performers are an important part of the drag community, and including us only elevates the quality of the show.

Have you ever been to, or performed in, NYC before? Or kiki’ed with any queens from here, besides Jasmine?

I hadn’t been to NYC before the show. but since filming I’ve met a ton of super lovely queens from here! I’ve had a lot of fun with Neon Calypso, Dahlia Sin, Maddelynn Hatter, Nicky Doll, and Jackie Cox to name a few off the top of my head.

You’ll be in town again on Pride Saturday for “The Fantastic Six,” a perfectly named showcase presented by Voss Events! It will star yourself and five other girls who made it to the top of Season 14: Jorgeous, Daya Betty, Angeria Paris VanMichaels and winner Willow Pill! Have you all gotten to kiki together since the season ended… and are you excited to work with the emcee Miss Vanessa Vanjie Mateo?

Yes! We all got to hang out and catch up in May, when we were tasked with surviving Drag Con. Miss Vanjie seems like a good time gal so I’m excited to meet her!

Anything else to let the children know about?

Working on some killer acts for the upcoming Voss tours! Also scheming and plotting some top secret projects I’ll be announcing later this year.

And finally: if “The Daytona Wind” ever became a real show, would you reprise your role… sound effects and all?

Only if we win the Emmy.

Thanks, Bosco!


[Photo: Stephen Anunson]

Check Thotyssey’s calendar for Bosco’s upcoming area appearances, and follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok as well as her website.

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Wednesday (6.22.2022)

WEDNESDAY (6.22.2022) Your daily guide to New York nightlife.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING


WEST VILLAGE / SOHO

EAST VILLAGE / LES

TRIBECA / LOWER MANHATTAN / FINANCIAL DISTRICT

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

FIRE ISLAND

WESTCHESTER

NEW JERSEY


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

Save the Date | Full Calendar | Pride 2022

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On Point With: Abel Rey

A fan favorite of NYC’s burlesque scene, Abel Rey has a lot to show you this Wednesday at Monster’s “Bacardi Party!”


Thotyssey: Hello Abel, thanks for chatting! Happy Pride! How’s June treating you so far?

Abel Rey: June has been wonderful so far. I was in Fire Island last weekend with the boys. Lots of great events coming this week.

Pride aside, summer is probably the best time of year for a performance artform that requires the removal of clothes, right?

It depends on the venue! We do start dressed, you know. Several times we are under several costumes and layers of clothing. In the summer, we hope to have good AC backstage, or we will sweat out the makeup. Taking off clothing after sweating for a while is very lovely, though. Then you add the screams and applause of the audience for doing so, and we are golden.

[Photo: Michael Croft]

How long have you been in the burlesque world, and in New York, now?

I’ve been in NYC most of my life… almost 22 years now. I have been burlesquing since 2018. I started doing it out of a dare by Viktor Devonne, the former producer of the now-defunct White Elephant Burlesque. During the lockdown, most shows went virtual, and I was recording numbers at night in the park with my best friend holding the camera.

What was it about burlesque that clicked with you, and made you want to stick with it?

Each burlesque number is like your own one-person act. Picking the song and margining the number, rehearsing and performing it is so satisfying. Being my director and worse critic is what kept me so interested.

Did you have to get over a lot of inhibitions about baring skin on stage, or was that never an issue for you?

I never had any problem getting naked in front of strangers. I was a gogo boy when I was in college.

Oh werq! How would you describe the types of numbers you like to do today?

My style of burlesque is very vaudeville. I love the beginning of the century aesthetics: bow ties, straw hats, lapel flowers. Some of my numbers have magic tricks, and some are just classic 1920s striptease burlesque.

Have you had a favorite moment or show as a performer so far?

There have been so many wonderful moments! Hard to think of a single one. I guest the one I remember the most was my very first act back in 2017 at Rockbar. I invited all my friends and I rehearsed non-stop for days. I was so nervous, and when they started to announce me I almost puked. But I soldiered on, and stepped on that stage.

[Photo: Victor Giganti]

Since than, you’ve been quite in demand! You’ve done Pixie Aventura’s Thursday show at Playhouse several times… drag and burlesque go well together!

Drag and burlesque are a great pairing. Most of the time we have a drag queen as the host of a burlesque show; there are also crossovers like Zenon TeaVee who does drag burlesque. Pixie’s show is different; as a drag show with a burlesque guest performer. I love doing Pixie’s show, as she and her girls keep the energy of the audience really high… so when is my turn to perform, they are so loaded and excited to see a boy getting undressed on stage.

We’ll be excited to see you mix it up with some great queens this Pride Wednesday, 6/22, at Monster’s Thotyssey-powered Bacardi Party! You’ll be joined by iconic hostess Holly Dae and an amazing drag cast — Tina TwirlerWorshipHerNani Tsunami and Vena Cava — not to mention the hot boys of Spunk, and the great DJ Nesto! This is going to be the one and only Pride Week Hump Day kiki!

I’m sure we will have a blast! I’m quite excited!

Anything else coming up for you that the children need to know about?

On Thursday I am performing at The Atlantic BKLN in Brooklyn for “Pride of the Atlantic.” Then on July 9, I will be doing the final closing show for “HomoErectus Burlesque” at The Stonewall. I also will be performing in Philadelphia and Washington D.C in July and August. The thing about burlesque is that we usually get dates the week of… so it’s an ever-filling up calendar.

We will stay glued to your socials! And finally: what do you think might be the worst song ever to perform burlesque to?

At Burning Man (I go there a lot), there is a camp that has a game called “Terrible Songs To Striptease To” where you accept the challenge and go on stage and muscle your way through songs like “Tears in Heaven,” “Torn” “Cat’s in the Cradle,” “The American National Anthem,” etc. But! I have learned that any song can be a good song, if you know how to make it work. It’s all about attitude.

Thanks Abel… see you soon!


[Photo: Peter M. Krask]

Check Thotyssey’s calendar for Abel Rey’s upcoming appearances, and follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.

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Tuesday (6.21.2022)

TUESDAY (6.21.2022) Your daily guide to NYC nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN



MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA

MEATPACKING

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE

LOWER MANHATTAN / FINANCIAL DISTRICT

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

WESTCHESTER

NEW JERSEY


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

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On Point With: Judy Darling

A top queen in NYC a few years ago known for her sparkling theatrical comedy and savvy sorcery, actor and mystic Coleman Drew aka Judy Darling is now a Witch on the Rise once again with a mighty Pride show this weekend. [Cover photo: Anuj Goyal]


Thotyssey: Hello Judy, Happy Pride!

Judy Darling: Hi Doll! Happy Pride to you!

So, you are a great person to ask: what are your thoughts about the recent Tonys? Were you particularly pleased, annoyed or surprised by any of the wins, snubs or general moments?

The Tony’s were a delight! I love theatre people so much… I mean, the fashions alone! It is always exhilarating getting to see all those brilliant artists in one space, taking time to celebrate the new works of the season. Ariana DeBose was on fire as host! It was as if she had one of those coffee enemas Rupaul talks about so much. Joaquina Kalukango scorched the stage with her outstanding performance and well-deserved win. A Strange Loop was and is astounding. The entire Awards felt like a lovefest. It was sad Jaquel Spivey didn’t win, but Myles Frost is remarkable in MJ. I loved the Angela Lansbury honors, and the Sondheim tribute with Bernadette. Chef’s Kiss!

There were many great moments, and just enough drama to occupy the fandom! You’ve been involved in a recent production yourself: Justin Elizabeth Sayre’s The Gorgon Approaches, which concluded its run this past Saturday at 6B Garden on Avenue B.

It was so much fun. I got to work with Peter Donnelly onstage, and Justin directed and gave us the brilliant words. We do hope to do it again soon. We were calling it our very own queer Waiting for Godot, or “Gaydot” rather. Peter and I think we should do it on the beach on Fire Island… we’re currently looking for producers with beachfront real estate. The show takes place in 1906 on the British seashore; Sebastian and Ambrose — two young friends — discuss growing up, growing wise, and perhaps growing kind.

You are a Napa, California native. I’m assuming that you came to New York to pursue theater?

Yes indeedy, I am from Cali. I was a big theatre kid growing up, and performed a lot around the bay area. Then I headed east with big dreams and the need to be onstage.

Then drag came a-calling! You got your start with Chelsea Piers‘ show at the much missed XES Lounge in Chelsea.

Aw yes, XES lounge. Such fun times! Chelsea and Nomi Sas had a show; and then Bob’s was after, down the street at Barracuda. The best of times.

I think Judy was always there lurking, waiting to be released from her cosmic prison that is my mind. For a long time, there was always this need and this desire to express a feminine persona. I knew I wanted to be “Judy” for Garland, but the last name took a while. When “Darling” came to me from Candy, that’s when drag started to make sense. It’s hard to describe… I almost didn’t know who I was until I had those archetypes to springboard from: an MGM addict — I mean, Hollywood Starlet — mixed with a Warhol Muse… I know who that part of me is.

As for why that time, I was around the right people: those who would become my drag family, and open a world of artistic expression to me. My drag moms are Chelsea and Bob, so I was in good hands… huge, but good.

[XES Lounge, 2014. Clockwise from top left: Paige Turner, Bob the Drag Queen, Crystal Demure, Judy Darling, Jackie Cox, Nomi Sas, Chelsea Piers & Sutton Lee Seymour ]

That was only a few years ago, but with all that’s happened in drag and the world at large it might as well have been centuries!

Eight years ago, yeah… feels like forever.

The art and business of drag has changed a lot, and there are probably thousands of more queens in the area than there have ever been. Obviously RuPaul’s Drag Race and social media had a lot to do with that, but what are your thoughts on how drag has changed since you started?

So much has changed. Shows like Drag Race and those that have come from that ripple effect have only helped make this expression more popular. Drag is embraced so much now in the mainstream, and that has definitely changed who is walking through the doorway. Gender expression and inclusion are beautiful things anytime, but it does feel like Eve Harrington is not coming from the theatre world anymore… she’s a drag queen.

It’s hard to quantify, really. In many ways, the world as a whole seems more dangerous and divided… while it also feels like drag isn’t as naughty as it once was. It used to feel more like a subversive act to dress up, and in many places it is very much still. But I have felt a great shift in many of our queer metropolitan areas. It’s like you said, there’s just so many of us, it’s not as elusive as it once was.

[Photo: David Ayllon

It will be interesting to see how things in the scene develop, especially if Drag Race dips in popularity. But during circa 2016 and 2017 when you hosted lots of weekly bar shows, New York drag queens were huge and were just starting to take advantage of social media. You had all those gorgeous shots done by photographers like David Ayllon. Nowadays young queens seem more interested in TikTok and IG filters, but you must be so glad you now have those great works of art displaying your witchy visage!

David is amazing! Yes, honestly fan art and photo collaborations are one of my favorite aspects of drag. I think also because of Covid, so many had to learn how to be so much more self-reliant. Drag already was a one-person-band kind of operation, and Covid really called on performers and artists to figure out how to get their material out to the world without support in a very new way.

Your tagline is “a Witch on the Rise,” but that’s not just a gimmick. You continue to be a prolific tarot reader, and you work with items like candles and crystals, etc.

I am a real life Witch! I was just cackling down the stairs of my home, in fact. I am available for readings and custom spell work, for those needing spiritual assistance and creative unblocking support. ​

How important are these elements to your day-to-day life?

Energetic hygiene is very important to me. I could draw a correlation between when things were working well in my life and times when my spiritual practice was at an all-time high. If we are a Good Queen, we wash our clothes and clean our houses, etc. But it’s equally, if not slightly more important, to find a way of doing that spiritually. Knowing how you communicate with your higher self, your higher power, what your definition of Good Orderly Direction is — and tapping into the idea that your ancestors, those who’ve come before you, have your back — knowing how to discover those answers have helped me ground, focus and affirm my purpose and my work. It is at times my greatest life raft to the cacophony that is the world and capitalism.

[Photo: Preston Burford

At the height of Judy Darling’s NYC takeover, you had to take a large step away from drag. You’ve been open regarding your struggle with depression, which is particularly not contusive to the craziness of nightlife and performing. On top of that, a fire in your apartment at that time destroyed most of your drag apparel. You’ve performed as Judy several times since then, but no longer on a weekly basis. If I may ask: how do you feel today, both in a general sense and about that decision to scale back when you did?

Scaling back then was very much needed. I had to stop, or something else was gonna stop me. I have this unshakable inner voice guiding me, and when it said this isn’t where your joy is right now, I had to listen or risk losing and never finding it there again. ​That is where drag and any artistic expression should live: inside joyful play. Obviously, the world has changed greatly since I was a full-time queen. And even though much of the world scares me, I feel more focused than ever on the art I am wanting to create and share. ​​

​Today is a good day! I’m blessed with a wonderful family, both chosen and ​otherwise, who support and bolster my artistic adventures. I’ve been getting some really fun performance opportunities outside of Judy, affording me some nice balance.

In fact, the Witch will be among us once again rather soon!

Judy is debuting a new cabaret show on Pride Weekend: June 25th at the beautiful Chelsea Table & Stage at 2 pm. The working title is “Critical Gay Theory!” Judy Darling leads us through some of life’s conundrums with song, love, laughs and two beautifully critical gay eyes! I have the delightful music director and accompanist​ ​Mason Griffi​n helping me put together a really exciting show… and the brilliant Frenchie Davis as my special guest, it’s going to be magickal.

Very exciting! Have you worked with Frenchie before?

She recorded a poem I wrote for a performance art piece, but this will be the first time we’re getting to share a stage live. We’ve been friends for a long time, and I find her to be one of the most grounded people. Her talent transcends, but she is incredibly intelligent and so real. I just love her.

Can wait to see this! Anything else coming up for you?

This Witch is always down to clown, so if someone out there has an idea for a project you’d like to collaborate on together, let me know. I have felt the blooming of an artistic renaissance since the pandemic, and now find myself in a great place for the universes to bring me the invitations I’m meant for. And of course, Judy always has more tricks up their sleeve… stay up to date by following my Instagram for all the magickal happenings.

Consider us spellbound! Okay, a very important final question: #TeamWanda or #TeamAgatha?

Oh that’s hard! if I’m being honest, it’s gotta be #TeamAgatha.

I knew it all along! Thanks Judy!


[Photo: Jeff Eason]

Check Thotyssey’s calendar for Judy Darling’s upcoming appearances, and follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.

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Monday (6.20.2022)

MONDAY (6.20.2022) Your daily guide to New York City nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

CHELSEA



WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE / SOHO

  • JOE’S PUB: Taylor Mac & Matt Ray: Songs From Bark of Millions (7pm)
  • CLUB CUMMING: “Cast-Offs” feat. Ben Rimalower & Daniel Nolen (8pm);
    Lance Horne (9pm)
  • NOWHERE: “Macho Mondays” feat. gogo boys & DJ Ryko (8pm)
  • PHOENIX: TBA

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY


BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

Save the Date | Full Calendar | Pride 2022

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On Point With: Diamante Habibi

She sings, she dances, she’s been on TV, she’s a favorite rising star of New York’s drag competition circuit, and so much more besides… spend your Pride with bellydancing beauty Diamante Habibi!


Thotyssey: Hello Ms. Habibi, happy Pride! I see you turned it at Playhouse’sPolish the Queen” competition the other night. How did it go?

Diamante Habibi: It was beautiful experience. [Producer] Phil Chanel has truly developed a platform for the upcoming queens to refine their craft. I’m lucky to say I was the runner up queen of Season 8 of Polish The Queen!

Congrats! In general, how do you enjoy the whole weekly competition scene? Is there a pressure to win each time, or are you happy just to be there doing your thing?

Well, I have been competing in and out of drag for 20 years; competition is in my nature. I enjoy performing in the competitive state — it pushes you to be the best version of yourself, and to also introduce yourself to things you wouldn’t do regularly. In Polish the Queen I have done burlesque, “club kid realness,” Broadway, Disney, camp, storytelling and many more categories that make you sit and think of the plethora of ideas that run through your head.

Before drag, what sort of competing were you doing?

I am a professional dancer. I’ve performed with Alvin Ailey alumni, Martha Graham alumni and Dance Theater of Harlem alumni. I was a principal dancer for a company known as Skin. [I took part in] top contemporary dance in America for America’s Got Talent Season 6, and I’m a master instructor for fusion bellydance. I’ve competed in live television with dance companies, and also as a soloist. I’ve also judged national competitions such as Beyond the Stars and KAR.

Incredible! Where is your hometown, by the way… and what can you tell us about your heritage and upbringing? Were you dancing and performing your whole life?

My hometown is Dorado, Puerto Rico but I was born in Queens, New York. I am Puerto Rican; I was raised to know my heritage, language and culture. I started dancing professionally at the age of 8. Every dance school, company and opportunity has been accompanied with a scholarship, including college. I learned West African flamenco and salsa on my island! When coming to New York, I performed in DeVore Dance Center where they re-cultivated me with my West African roots.

And you also sing, right?

Yes I do. I was part of an Off-Broadway show known Josephine’s Cotton where I played Cab Calloway. I also play the tenor saxophone.

A Renaissance Woman! How and when did you discover drag and become Diamante?

My first time competing in drag was in a competition in Queens; I originally performed in my male form as a bellydancer, and I was competing to be the drag king of the bar. All of the men dropped out, and they didn’t want to just give me a crown. They said I had to get in drag [to compete with the queens] and fight for the win; I was runner up.

And the rest is HERstory! Have you had a favorite moment or performance as Diamante?

Yes… my favorite moment was performing for a production called “Living in the Pandemic.” I shared the stage with Jahlove and Sundari; it was a showcase with a discussion panel. We spoke personal testimonies about how we overcame during the pandemic, and we encouraged the audience of color to support all art forms and to appreciate the person, respecting their struggle and adversities. Lastly, we spoke about how they could see their strength and perseverance through the storm and not take no for an answer.

I love that! You’ve been quite busy post-pandemic. Besides all the competitions and guest spots, you’ve been hosting shows at a restaurant called Alef.

During when the pandemic was heavy and we were virtual, I had a virtual show called “Dazzling Diamonds.” When the world was receptive to shows again, I was hosting at Starr Bar and Ikonic with my sister Sitanya Face; after that I was hosting at The Buren. Then I was guest spotting with Kia Karr in places such as Boxers and Six 26, and “Screwball” at Rockbar with Lucie Screws and Ronda Vu… and many more.

Alef was a blessing; I got referred to be a part of their new endeavors cultivating Middle Eastern culture with the drag art form, and building a bridge between the two communities whom are fond of each other. At Alef, Diamante is the bellydancing queen of New York City, where I bellydance with a live band. A professional bellydancer colleague and friend [is often my guest], and of course drag queens assist me in the cultivation process.

You’re also going to be party of Rockbar’s annual “Big Gay Pride Drag Show” on Monday! What a fierce lineup of queens you’re sharing the stage with!

Yes, with some of my good Judies Harriet Tugsmen, Chara Confusion, Sheneeda Dickson, Taina La Fina and many more!


Anything else coming up for you?

I recently did a few TV promos for Pride for EsTuTV, educating the Latino community on how the rainbow flag came about and who made it, and how we evolved since then. I will be a part of the Diamante Show, showing talents and speaking on supporting local gay bars and businesses that support queer people and art. There’s so much more I have to offer and I’m at a beautiful place; I’m so excited by the prospects of where I’m going to go… because Diamante isn’t stopping.

We’re glad to hear it! Thanks, Diamante, and once again Happy Pride!


Check Thotyssey’s calendar for Diamante Habibi’s upcoming appearances, and follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

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This Week in Thotyssey Events!

Besides listing everyone’s events and interviewing folks in the scene, Thotyssey also produces acclaimed events of her own! It’s Pride Week, and we’re all over the place…

  • Tuesday, 6/21. The Pride Week installment of our game night LEVEL UP at Atlas Social Club, featuring gamesmaster Shane Cherry! It’s a laid back affair featuring board games, card games, strategy games and the very popular Super Smash Bros weekly tournament! The games begin at 8.
  • Thursday, 6/23. Thotyssey joins forces with TH/RST Group for “Pride of Park South!” If you like your Pride events to be fun and social without getting crushed by crowds, while also being outdoors on a beautiful garden rooftop of a posh Midtown East hotel overlooking the skyline, with your own free table to mingle with Judies and a chance to catch one of NYC’s top drag hostesses Bootsie LeFaris and hot newcomers Pink Pancake  and Lanyé Armön up close and personal… well, this is the event for you. What’s more, it’s from 6pm to 10pm, so it’s early enough to go home with good cheer or to pop on to the next kiki. I’m looking at this as a chance to actually catch up and chat with old friends, and so should you. But the individual tables are getting reserved very quickly (they’re free, after all), so RESY yours now!
  • Saturday 6/25 & Sunday 6/26. Not confirmed, but chances are I’ll be wrist-banding the kids at the door at Pieces Bar! It’s obviously gonna be profoundly packed all night, so come early if you can! Expect drag hosts and all sorts of shenanigans!

Check here for tickets to all above-mentioned events (except Pieces).

Sunday (6.19.2022)

SUNDAY (6.19.2022) Your daily guide to New York and New Jersey nightlife programming.


UPTOWN / BRONX

HELL’S KITCHEN

MIDTOWN EAST

CHELSEA

WEST VILLAGE

EAST VILLAGE



TRIBECA / LOWER MANHATTAN

BROOKLYN

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

FIRE ISLAND

NEW JERSEY

BALLROOM & KIKI | BEARS | BINGO | BOAT PARTIES | BRUNCH | BURLESQUE | CABARET | CIRCUIT PARTIES | CRUISING | DANCE PARTIES | DRAG RACE STARS | DRAG SHOWS | DIVES | FETISH | GAMES | GEEKY | GOGO BOYS | KARAOKE | LATIN | LESBIAN | LIVE MUSIC | OFF-BROADWAY | OPEN MIC | PAGEANTS & COMPETITIONS | PIANO BARS | SAFE SPACES | SCENE QUEENS | SPORTS BARS | TRIVIA | URBAN | WATCH DRAG RACE

Save the Date | Full Calendar | Pride 2022

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