Between June 30, 2011 and September 7, 2011, Witti appeared at more than a dozen different events, aside from meetings and other business activities...
Meet the Candidates
A fabulous brunch at LIPS found the candidates schmoozing with our membership, being entertained by kamikaze drag performances and having an amazing time. Please note: The glass in my hand is Seltzer!
Help me to prove that we're strong...
My Candidate's Number at the Brunch featured a rewritten lyric to "The Music and the Mirror" from A Chorus Line. "Give me a note to hang on to, help me to prove that we're strong. Give us a chance to look forward to saying, 'Hey Listen, they're Playing our Song!'"
Why take an expensive taxi cab when you can spend some time with real folks, tourists and their children travelling the 2 Train from Times Square?
Or not, but I did have a great time hosting Sir Anthony Bosco's Annual Birthday Party, "Under the Sea." I was Ursula the Sea Witch, my daughter Vivienne was Ariel and we performed "Poor Unfortunate Souls" from The Little Mermaid...oh, and the evening raised over $2,200...
Tedi de Bare and I performing "Bosom Buddies" at Hearts and Voices...all would have gone fine, but the stereo chose only to play Bea Arthur's side -- Angela Lansbury was technologically absent from the track...so we faked it and I sang Mame's part. One of the most real, genuine and hysterical moments I've ever had on stage as we tried to figure out what to do while in front of a live audience!
I'm all ears...
No, I'm not on Hillary Clinton's famous listening tour, but I am doing a number about an "Elf of Ill-Repute" for our annual Christmas in July show, benefitting Bailey House.
It was FIERCE!
Well, it was FOR Fierce. On my birthday, I performed in a fully live-sung opening number for the Fierce Cabaret with Epiphany, Philomena, Robin Kradles and Anya Genetalya as we backed up Chad Ryan on "Magic to Do." It was and we did.
Tea and Sympathy
My god it was HOT on Fire Island on July 24th as we descended for the second annual Brunch and High Tea with the Royals. We had a blast, though, as a pile of us painted and laughed together about how hard it was to keep our faces in place in 100 degree weather with 80% humidity! All in all though, 53 people for brunch and a great show benefitting Fierce!
Girls Girls Girls!
Or rather, Jersey Girls! I travelled to Asbury in a bus full of queens as we joined Twinkle Montgomery and Rob Hunter de Woofs at Jersey Girls VII.
My second performance with the Boys of Bearlesque. I reprised my number from Folsom Street East with Aaron "Lucky Bitch" McQueen and had a fabulous time as we raised money at Stonewall.