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Following their early 1990s cabaret debut, the earth-shaking powerhouse that is Justin Vivian Bond has taken on many roles: provocateur, Broadway and cinema star, pop chanteuse, Tony nominee, opera singer, futuristic trendsetter, transgender trailblazer, activist, memoirist, and—perhaps most memorably—the unforgettable voice of Kiki DuRane, one half of the generation-defining performance duo Kiki and Herb. An Obie, GLAAD, and Bessie Award winner, Bond's three decades as the downtown New York nightlife scene's most prominent and influential raconteur have earned them respect from all corners of the art world. Equally at home alongside the celebrated countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo or covering the SoCal punk band Suicidal Tendencies, Bond's seemingly limitless curiosity and talent continues to thrill local and international audiences. Their welcome return to the American Songbook series offers an opportunity to experience Bond's creative force at the peak of their powers. This performance will feature music by a variety of artists including Joni Mitchell, Jimi Hendrix, Tim Buckley, Bob Dylan, Judee Sill, and more.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

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