Kindness is in short supplies these days, so it’s great to see Chicago’s Queen of Nice, Alexis, snatch the coveted crown on Camp Wannakiki. Today Alexis P Bevels, the winner of Camp Wannakiki joins us to take a look at her time at the drag internment camp and what it takes to go all way!
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At this past New York Fashion week in September, designer Marco Marco made history for celebrating the beauty of being trans by featuring 34 openly trans models in his new clothing line.
Today, bodybuilder and leatherman Paulo Batista joins us to talk about the groundbreaking experience of celebrating trans bodies at New York Fashion Week.
When you’ve done a podcast for 14 seasons, a lot of listeners come and go, but some of them stick around for the long haul. When we meet them, it’s electrifying. It’s like running into an old friend.
Our guest today is genetic scientist Dr. Fabian Braun who grew up listening to Feast of Fun. Surprisingly he turned out all right: a handsome, kind, smart man and fabulously proud of being bisexual.
Aretha Franklin’s funeral was overshadowed by Pastor Charles H. Ellis III groping Ariana Grande and joking that her name sounds like something from the menu at Taco Bell.
Today Carma Nibarger joins us to take a look at the pastor’s D-I-S-R-E-S-P-E-C-T for women at Aretha Franklin’s funeral.
A clip from podcast #2645 – “No R-E-S-P-E-C-T at Aretha’s Funeral.” To listen to the full show, become a Plus subscriber: https://feastoffun.com/plus
Things are going well for Blair St. Clair, the ingenue drag queen from season 10 of RuPaul’s Drag Race- she’s moved in with her hunky boyfriend and her album Call My Life is topping the charts.
Today Blair St. Clair joins us to talk about her roller coaster ride through musical theater and drag, Butterfly gate on the Drag Race finale and what all young people can do to bridge the divide with their family.
The musical adaptation of Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize winning novel, The Color Purple, is kicking off its national tour right here in Chicago.
After experiencing trauma after trauma in the first act, we see Celie come of age and not only become her own woman, this Celie gets a lot more woman on woman action than Whoopi Goldberg ever did.
In the 70s, Cher launched her own musical variety show, the Cher Show. Decades later, The Cher Show is back as a new musical that looks at the pop diva’s amazing career.
Today, Cher enthusiast, Damon L Jacobs joins us to take a look at The Cher Show that’s playing in Chicago before hitting Broadway this fall.