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Under the Pink Carpet

The NEXT Awards (Season 4, Episode 5)
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Our episode begins at the Next Magazine "Out There" awards at Crobar nightclub. The event offered glamor edged with a dose of sarcasm, honoring and at the same time spoofing the most notorious members of NYC queer nightlife and culture. We...See moreOur episode begins at the Next Magazine "Out There" awards at Crobar nightclub. The event offered glamor edged with a dose of sarcasm, honoring and at the same time spoofing the most notorious members of NYC queer nightlife and culture. We check out incredible, high-energy performances from some of the best entertainers in the New York club scene and interview several notable celebrity attendees, including Charlie David of Here! TV's hit series, Dante's Cove, recording artist and legendary nightlife personality Kevin Aviance, Next Magazine editor Gregory T. Angelo, drag divas Peppermint and Carmella Cann, and singer/songwriter Chris Willis. Next, meet our newest cast member -- performance artist, writer, and comedienne Robin Cloud -- who introduces the players behind the hit Lesbian film series, The D Word. The D Word screened at film festivals around the world, enjoying smash success and garnering many awards along the way. Robin traveled to the Henrietta Hudson Lounge in Greenwich Village (a set location for the D Word) to meet creator Dasha Snyder and stars Melyssah Mavour and Victoria Soyer. Then, Tony Sawicki and Clover Honey attend Hot! Fest, an LGBT, avant-garde theatre festival held at the legendary downtown performance space, Dixon Place. We check out an edgy performance called, "Queering the Apacolypse" about the gay perspective of impending world doom. The report includes compelling clips from the performance as well as colorful interviews with notable downtown luminaries Taylor Mac, Mike Albo and Scotty the Blue Bunny. Also, festival curator Earl Dax talks about Hot! Fest and its host venue, Dixon Place . Next, Clover Honey attends Lavender Vaudeville at the Nuyorican Café on NYC's Lower East Side , where she meets Ben Sander. Ben is the creator and portrayer of domestic diva and accomplished drag personality Brini Maxwell, and the star of cable TV's The Brini Maxwell Show. Clover also meets Brini's charming mother, Mary Jane Wells, a stage actress who served as producer on the Brini Maxwell show, and Millie Shyaintright, the hostess of Lavender Vaudeville. Finally, Tony Sawicki attends the premiere of the documentary More Dangerous: The Making of Michael Lucas' Dangerous Liaisons, at the Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Film Festival at the Prince Theater in Philly. Check out some steamy clips from the movie and hear comments from sexy erotica czar Michael Lucas, plus other celebrities who attended the premiere, including Bruce Vilanch, Ru Paul, and Michael Musto. Written by Clover Honey See less
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Charlie David
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Michael McDerman
Carmella Cann (as Carmella Cann) Carmella Cann (as Carmella Cann)   See fewer
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Michael Musto
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Stephanie I. Butler
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Clover Honey
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Randy Jones
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Victoria Soyer
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