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About This Event
Your Auntie Glam’s “Live at Last!” Happy Hour
Starring Mx Justin Vivian Bond
The New York Times #1 “At Home Diva” of the Pandemic returns to San Francisco live and in person for a Pre-Pride “How do you do?” Featuring Musical Direction by Davis Sytkowski, Mx Bond makes their San Francisco return at Feinstein’s at the Nikko for four performances only!
About the Artist
Mx Justin Vivian Bond has appeared on stage (Broadway and Off-Broadway; London’s West End), screen (Shortbus, Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Sunset Stories), television (High Maintenance, Difficult People, The Get Down), nightclub stages—most notably a decades long residence at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater in New York City) and in concert halls worldwide including Carnegie Hall and The Sydney Opera House.
Their visual art and installations have been seen in museums and galleries in the US (Participant Inc The New Museum) and abroad (Vitrine, London).
Their memoir Tango: My Childhood Backwards and in the High Heels (Feminist Press) won the Lambda Literary Award for Transgender Nonfiction.
They are the recipient of an Obie, a Bessie and a Tony nomination an Ethyl Eichelberger Award, The Peter Reed Foundation Grant, The Foundation for Contemporary Art Grant for Artists, and The Art Matters Grant.
They have self-release several full-length recordings, most notably Dendrophile, and Silver Well. As one half of the legendary punk cabaret duo Kiki & Herb, they toured the world and release two CDs, Do You Hear What We Hear? and Kiki and Herb Will Die for You at Carnegie Hall.
Mx Bond has been at the forefront on Trans visibility and activism since the early 1990s.
They have a Masters Degree in Live Art from Central Saint Martins College in London and have taught performance composition and Live Art Installation at NYU and Bard College.
Currently, Viv divides their time between residence in New York City’s East Village and the Hudson Valley.
In December of 2019 they made their debut at The Vienna Staatopher in the world premiere of Olga Neuwirth’s Orlando as Orlando’s child.
San Francisco, 94102