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Claire's Kitchen at le Salon

CLAIRE'S KITCHEN PRIDE CABARET SEASON presents JAMES LEE

James Lee is Keeping it Gay

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CLAIRE'S KITCHEN  PRIDE  CABARET  SEASON presents JAMES LEE
CLAIRE'S KITCHEN  PRIDE  CABARET  SEASON presents JAMES LEE

Time & Location

18 Feb 2023, 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Claire's Kitchen at le Salon, 35 Oxford St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia

About the event

3 courses from our a la carte menu and a fourty minute set $120 p/p

Arrival at 6pm sharp

 A glorious romp through the homosexual roles he’s played, is dying to play or playing before he dies ! 

Pronouns are I/AM/WHAT/I/AM 

BIO: A musical theatre and cabaret performer, voice-over artist, director and designer, James Lee has performed professionally for more than 33 years.Most recently James was Meyer Wolfsheim in Viral Ventures ‘The Great Gatsby’. James professional theatre credits Les Miserables, Wizard of the Oz, Mac/Doc/Thug in 42nd Street, The Phantom of the Opera, Miss Saigon, Eureka The Musical, Bye Bye Birdie & High Society, Annie and as Captain Terri Dennis in Privates on Parade. James spent three years understudying Topol in Fiddler on the Roof & performed in the Australian premiere concert version of Jerry Springer the Opera. James was nominated for a Sydney Theatre Award in 2010 for ‘Best Actor in a Musical’ for his performance of Molina in Kiss of the Spiderwoman. In 2014/15 he created the role of Captain Woodenhead in Andy Griffith’s The 26 Storey Treehouse (CDP), which toured to 55 cities around Australia. James played Harry in the acclaimed Opera Australia/GFO 60th Anniversary production of My Fair Lady directed by Dame Julie Andrews.He is on the National Judging panel for Wakakirri, a regular performer with corporate acts The Three Waiters, Hypnotwist, Tenors Undercover & The Leading Men. In cabaret, two successful seasons of Being James Lee at Chapel Off Chapel in Melbourne and appearances at Trevor Ashleigh’s ShowQueen Sunday Sydney. He was a segment director alongside choreographer Ian Knowles for the Sydney 2002 Gay Games Opening Ceremony.In 1999 James created ‘Hats Off’ with Oz Showbiz Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and directed & co-produced the first two and final concerts with fellow performer Margi De Ferranti and were joined with Trevor Ashley for the final concert in 2019.  He performed in ‘Boys of Sondheim’ at the Sydney Recital Hall for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2019. Post COVID lockdown James starred in ‘Vice and Violins’ with Lizzie Moore, Luke Volker and the Cammerata String Quintet at the Brisbane Powerhouse October 2020 and embodied the role of Roger De Bris in the critically acclaimed production of The Producers at BrisbanePowerhouse.

Aboriginal drawing: WE TRAVEL DIFFERENT PATHS TO CELEBRATE

by DARREN BUDDA-DEAN proud KAMILAROI and GOMEROI man

Tickets

  • Dinner and Show

    Including Booking Fee

    $120.00
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