#QWERRRKOUT Tuesday feat. LéLé
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Spank Actions: The Spank 3-Year Anniversary in 3-D + Peaches Christ Superstar

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Spank Actions: The Spank 3-Year Anniversary in 3-D

Homo art scene mag The Spank is celebrating its 3 year b-day tonight! Not only does Spank seek, curate and celebrate cutting edge queer art, literature and music, it represents a welcome antidote to the bland banality that is mainstream aspiration gay culture. Performances by Rainblo, House of Khan, Big Art Group and more! Plus, resident DJs Sean B and Will Automagic.

12-turn-13, 172 Classon Ave bet Myrtle and Park Aves, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, 718-623-9689, 10pm, $15

Peaches Christ Superstar

Peaches, the bad girl of electro punk, and Chilly Gonzales, piano virtuoso and rap entertainer, will bring their unique, completely
stripped version of “Jesus Christ Superstar” the rock opera,  to NYC! They’ll narrate the story of the last week in the life of Jesus
Christ – from entering Jerusalem until the crucifixion, using songs from the musical. Peaches will sing all roles including: Jesus, Maria Magdalena, the disciples and the Pharisees, alongside Gonzales’ piano accompaniment. Don’t miss this concert version of Jesus Christ Superstar by two extra-ordinary performers!

Peaches: “To perform Jesus Christ Superstar as a one-woman-song is a crazy enterprise. Very demanding and very difficult. When I was sixteen I often sang the whole musical to myself all alone in my room. It tells an entire story without spoken text, only with vocals, in the style of a rock opera. I’m a performer, my concerts are extravagant and play with exaggerations. This project allows me to do without all this. I want to confront this task totally exposed, because it is a possibility. It’s a question of stamina. When I told Gonzales about this crazy idea he replied: ‘I want to accompany you on piano.’ Until then, we didn’t know that we shared an obsession for this musical, and that secretly both of us already knew it by heart.” (via peachesrocks.com)

Concert Hall at New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 W 64th St at Central Park West, NYC, 212-874-5210, 8pm, $37.50

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