Bond – well known for his work as the boozy chanteuse Kiki Durane of Kiki & Herb – will team up with gender-bending arts pioneers Our Lady J, Glenn Marla, Nathan Carrera and The Pixie Harlots for what is described as a "heady mix of Glamour, Gender Queer Cabaret, and Sexy Provocation." Jonnah Speidel (aka Our Lady J) serves as the evening's musical director. In addition to performing in the Tony-nominated Kiki & Herb Alive on Broadway in 2006, Bond and his partner in crime, Kenny Mellman, have played two sold-out concerts at Carnegie Hall, as well as numerous international engagements. Bond regularly hosts Weimar New York, and has performed with the Scissor Sisters and appeared in John Cameron Mitchell's film "Shortbus." For his innovative work, Bond has won the Obie, Bessie and the Ethyl Eichelberger Awards.
Lustre will run Feb. 20-March 9 at PS 122. Showtime is 8:30 PM, with an additional 11 PM late-night performance added on Saturdays during the run.
Tickets for Lustre are available at www.ps122.org or by calling (212) 352-3101. PS 122 is located at 150 1st Avenue at East 9th Street.