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Hedda Lettuce's Holiday Show 

Last Updated: 12/13/2017 3:17 pm
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The (drag) queen of green glam, Hedda Lettuce is unmistakable. Her satirical wit and electric mane of kelly green locks have graced the sets of MTV, Comedy Central, "Sex and the City," and "Project Runway." Eschewing the traditional drag artform of lipsync, Hedda Lettuce sings in her own twangy voice, often composing original numbers. This year, the New York City legend brings her collection of parodied holiday classics ("Here Comes Tranny Claus") to the Hudson Valley for back-to-back nights of raucous humor and storytelling. If you're looking for a break from the usual circuit of mall Santas and light shows, join in on the queer holiday cheer at Rosendale Theatre on December 16, 9:30pm, or at Club Helsinki on December 17, 7pm.


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