302 Broome St. Between Eldridge and Forsythe St.
New York City, New York

Hosted by Audacia Ray and David Henry Sterry
Doors at 7 pm, reading from 8-10
Stick around after the reading to dance and party with hos, hookers, and ne’er do wells!
21 and up – FREE

THIS MONTH: Featuring Surprise Guests from RentBoy.com!

15% of the bar goes to benefit HIPS – Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive

Our readers this month:

Spending over a decade in New York City has been far from mundane for Randi Newton.
Moving to Manhattan from Omaha, Nebraska- in 1998 to pursue an acting career. Newton started by working as a live-in nanny, to trading up for a position at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, to managing for a for a prestigious liquor company, being laid off and eventually wandering into a gentlemen’s club where a year long waitressing position, turned into a stripping stint that parlayed into opening surprising media appearances and writing opportunities. Featured as the cover story, April 2009, of the Sunday New York Post about women stripping in times of an economic crisis, Newton has also appeared internationally to speak about the recession and the gentlemen’s club industry. In addition she has been featured in Radar Magazine, Penthouse Magazine (fully dressed) and such television programs such as; Inside Edition, The Insider, The TODAY Show, CBS This Morning, Entertainment Tonight. She’s also appeared as a panelist multiple times on FOX News The Strategy Room, and appeared on The Gayle King Show/Oprah Radio, and went face to face with Bill O’Reilly on the controversial “The O’Reilly Factor”. Newton has also appeared in such television programs such as various appearances on “Howard TV On Demand”, “The Sopranos”, “Nip/Tuck”, and films, “Mona Lisa Smile”, “Sean Lennon’s Friendly Fire”, and most recently the Darby Crash biopic, “What We Do is Secret”.
In addition, Randi is a columnist for one of the most respected trade publications in the adult nightclub industry, “Exotic Dancer Magazine”. She attended the University of Nebraska at Omaha, on a scholarship provided from the Miss America Organization, and has more recently studied at The New School in New York City, The Groundlings in Los Angeles, and Upright Citizens Brigade in New York City. She spends her spare time, reading, writing, playing poker, and enjoys karaoke. She is currently working on her second memoir and working at Rick’s Cabaret’s flagship location in New York City. Newton resides between New York and Los Angeles.

Cameryn Moore is a writer, comedian, sex educator, performer, and, oh yeah, a professional phone sex operator. Her one-woman play, Phone Whore, opens in Boston May 15-16, and will tour to 17 other cities in North America this summer and fall (including Brooklyn’s Brick Theatre November 5-6!). In Boston she is the host of f*ckbucket, a monthly talk show/sex-trivia night at the Savant Project, and regularly appears at the Naked Comedy Showcase, the Comedy Studio, and Good Vibrations. Catch more of her in NYC this weekend: June 4 at Ochi’s Lounge with the Back Room, and June 5 at her first NYC Naked Comedy Showcase. For tour dates, visit her at www.camerynmoore.com.

Sarah Jenny is a community organizer, activist and visual artist. She is a co-founder and organizer of the NYC chapter of the Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP-NYC) and Sex Workers Action New York (SWANK). She has previously served on the board of directors of the Desiree Alliance Conference and as the New Media Director of $pread Magazine. Sarah Jenny is currently a masters candidate at New York University with a focus on mobile technology for public health. She is co-organizing the Sex Worker Cabaret at the Slipper Room on June 6th and hopes you will attend.

Official Website: http://www.hoshookerscallgirlsrentboys.com/june-3-coming-out-passing/

Added by audaciaray on May 24, 2010

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