Dive into a cool refreshing ocean of fluid sexuality and gender with famed drag artist and cultural provocateur, Courtney Act, as she explores and pours her creative juices into her latest pop-cabaret: FLUID.
In a world just beginning to tear down the cultural dams of the past, we are all now being flooded with ever changing and flowing ideas of who we are, what we are, and what we might become.
Take the plunge with Courtney into the rapids of our times and the reflective ponds of her own journey with FLUID, an evening of song, soul, sexuality, and perhaps a little saliva (for those who sit too close).
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Courtney has been under the covers with many, but not usually in front of a live audience. It’s time to get tucked in with all your favourite songs that have been covered in one way or another by all your favourite artists. Lay back and enjoy the caress of those romantic satin sheets as she strips some songs down and flips others on their back to show you just how gender fluid and genre fluid a great song can be! The sweet dreams Courtney spins will leave you pillow fighting and pillow biting.
“Coy, funny, sexy, classy, and thoroughly up-beat… Courtney is something fresh and inspiring.”
“Her voice is astounding as she belts out ballads and leaves us in awe. She puts on a spectacular performance with a haunting tone to her voice that mesmerises the audience with every song she sings.”
Edinburgh Fringe Festival Mag
Courtney Act takes you over the rainbow and down under in her new show: The Girl from OZ! Chock full of hits and high notes, you will leave this show realizing there’s no place like her home!
I’m going to spreading some Holiday magic in December with my new show Dashing Through The Divas!
New York City – Laurie Beechman Theatre
1st-4th December (all ages)
London – RahRahRoom
11th December 7:30pm show SOLD OUT. 9:30pm show added
Seattle – Unicorn – Narwhal
14th December (21+)
San Francisco – Oasis
18th & 19th December (21+)
Los Angeles – Rockwell
20th December (all ages)
I actually can’t wait to finally come and meet you! I have always had an affinity with Brazilians AND my middle name is Gilberto, which I am pretty sure is Portuguese, so yeah. My sisters have told me many stories and I can’t wait!
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Courtney Act, the Australian you’re tolerating slightly more than Iggy Azalea, takes you over the rainbow and down under in her new show: The Girl from OZ! Chock full of hits and high notes this show will leave realizing there’s no place like her home!
Written by Courtney Act and Brad Loekle (Joan Rivers, World Dumbest, Last Comic Standing), Jackie Beat (Joan Rivers, Ross Mathews)
Musical Direction by Daniel Edmonds (Composer for film and stage, and Music Director of King Kong; Strictly Ballroom and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical)
Costumes by Marco Marco (Britney, Katy Perry, J.Lo)
Costume consulting by Bianca Del Rio
Hair by WIgs By Vanity
My brand new show The Girl From Oz is opening this summer at the Provincetown Art House Theatre – Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday nights at 7:30pm.
My fourth video from the Kaleidoscope EP is the title track! And I am excited that it is also the official theme song of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras 2016!
I loved coming up with the concept for this video. I wanted to tell a story about a different facet of the Kaleidoscope. I feel that gender and sexuality are fluid and so often we get stuck in the rigidity. Who knows when someone outside your usual target zone might come also and sweep you off your feet?
I read this quote from Lily Edelstein the other day it is seemed fitting “At the heart of Queer culture is revolution. The truest rebellion against a world built on categories, labels and binaries is coming from the emergence of identities that refuse to conform.”
Buy Kaleidoscope now on iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/album/id10881…
Including Acoustic version, Jodie Harsh Remix, Dirty Pop Remix & Tanner Derby Remix.
I like doing things that are a bit out of the box, wearing womens clothes, 10 day silent meditation retreats, Burning Man, 7 day fasting retreats… and a bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles apparently. I have heard so many wonderful stories from friends about the AIDS Life Cycle experience and am really excited/scared.
So on June 5th I’ll be getting on my bike with over 3,000 Cyclists, Roadies and Virtual Cyclists and embark on a 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise funds for the life-saving services offered by San Francisco AIDS Foundation and the Los Angeles LGBT Center. Two really amazing causes. That’s like a whole week of bike riding!
The services provided as a result of this event mean the world to those who receive them, and your support means the world to me.
We’re working together to make HIV/AIDS a thing of the past, which I really believe is possible in this generation. Will you support me by making a donation today?
Click HERE to donate today!