Hedda Lettuce, the six-time Drag Queen of the Year Award-winner, has received national acclaim for her poised characters, startling satire and original music. Drag-debutant, Miss Lettuce, has established herself as New York City’s premiere queen in classic cabaret venues such as Caroline’s on Broadway, FEZ and her classic movie night at the Clearview Chelsea. She has worked on such networks as Comedy Central, MTV and HBO, and in a handful of off-broadway plays. Hedda’s comedy projects include her stand-up tour deforce, The Hedda Lettuce Show; The Dixie Chicks with Dicks, the country-singing drag trio; and Lettuce Rejoice, the annual Chelsea holiday spectacular. She has also has appeared with the likes of Sarah Jessica Parker and Madonna on such television shows as Project Runway, Sex and the City, 20/20 with Barbara Walters, the MTV Movie Awards,The Dave Chapelle Show and Oprah. Hedda’s film appearances include, The Look (Carol Alt), and Too Wong Foo. She starred along with Mink Stole in the play, Sleeping with Straight Men.
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André Schneider is a German filmmaker who's been working in France the last few years. His latest film, co-written with director Antony Hickling, is a fever dream of grief, jealousy, and identity angst titled "One Deep Breath."
Rebecca Cantrell is the author of several series of books, including the Hannah Vogel mysteries and the Joe Tesla mysteries. In her newest book, Cantrell ups her game -- and takes her readers on a wild, and literary, adventure. Cantrell chats with EDGE.
Now in paperback: "The Days of Anna Madrigal," the ninth and final installment in the beloved "Tales of the City" series by Armistead Maupin. The author chats with EDGE this week; and why not? Armistead Maupin is certainly a fascinating person!
This week we turn back the clock to re-print an interview with one Aubrey de Grey. But dusting off this decade-plus chat is fine, because if de Grey is correct, some day his work on aging might give us plenty more years of life.
Spandau Ballet were part of the 1980s British invasion; but they imploded in the 1990s. Now they're back again with a new CD, doc film & world tour, which kicks off in SF. EDGE spoke to lead singer Tony Hadley about their reunion.
This week's Fascinating Person is filmmaker Brian Fender, the man behind the charming documentary "Dick."
This week's Fascinating Person is novelist Gary Jonathan Janis, whose work is dense with symbol, allegory, religious inference... and steamy sex scenes.
This week, your humble columnist launches a series of interviews with Fascinating People. To kick things off, here's a chat with a "humble podcaster" from Liverpool, Mr. Tom Elliott of "The Twilight Zone" podcast and "The Strange and Deadly Show."
A very gifted contract killer is about to make a fateful connection with a very talented FBI agent. It's more than intuition that's going to bind and separate them; in fact, it's clairvoyance... and maybe karma. Season Two draws to a climactic close...
"Crossover artist" has primarily been used to describe a R&B musician that has been able to have success on the Pop charts. But when you call Debby Holiday a crossover artist, it refers to a Rock singer crossing over into the Dance genre of music.
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