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Last Updated: 11/04/2014 1:33 pm

Julie Novak performs her one-person show, “America’s Next Top,” at the Rosendale Theater on November 22.
  • Julie Novak performs her one-person show, “America’s Next Top,” at the Rosendale Theater on November 22.

"Wouldn't it be great if one day, there was so much visibility for gays and lesbians," says actor and comic Julie Novak, "that when I was walking around, doing whatever it was I was doing, people would go: There she goes again, using her lesbian privilege to get ahead."Novak will be bringing her raucous and revealing one-person show, ""America's Next Top: One Top's Hysterical Take on Life, Love, Tools, and Boxes," to the Rosendale Theater on November 22 at 9:30pm. An investigation of gender identity by someone who's never quite fit in to a neatly identified gender category, "America's Next Top" plays to Novak's strengths as an impressionist and singer while mining her often confusing experiences as a gender-indeterminate human being. (845) 658-8989; TMIProject.org.

Listen to an interview with Julie Novak on Chronogram Conversations.

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