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HoliGay Cabaret Cast

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she/her | @ms.womanthewoman 

Miss Woman the Woman is an NYC-based drag queen, comedian, experimental theatre artist, and seamstress. She can be found performing allover the beautiful borough of Brooklyn (especially at Branded Saloon, Sundays at 1:30… she has a weekly drag brunch… just sayin’). She first started working with ETCback in August 2022 during their inaugural production “The Destination of this Train is…” under the stage name “Will Giese.” She also received a BFA in Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory and she weaponizes that degree every single day amen.

Sarah Katherine Lawless

she/her | @acinematichoe

Sarah Katherine Lawless aka “A Cinematic Hoe” has photographed a plethora of artists, collaborative theatre makers and musicians from Boston to London and now New York City. Lawless’ photography aims to capture people in ways they feel most them, while also trying to evoke curiosity and power. Her photography has been highlighted in Dig Magazine, as well as along billboards for the MTA.

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she/her | @amyharlib

Amazing Amy offers advanced yoga feats of flexibility, despite injuries all over her body: torn rotator cuffs in both shoulders, a disintegrated spinal disc and 2 hip replace-ments! At 68, she presents special theme and character-based acts that challenge ageism and gender role stereotypesand she flexibly freestyles to any genre of music live or recorded. She is a testimony to the benefits of an organic vegetarian diet, daily exercise and a healthy lifestyle.
Invite her to spread the yoga love at your event:

Abby Huff

she/her | @abbergailhuff

Abby Huff really loves to makeart. Any medium! She loves connecting with others and telling stories through silly songsand painted pictures. A born and raised Utah, Abby graduated with a Bachelor inMusic with an emphasis in commercial music this past Spring in her home state.Not a week later, she moved to NYC with a goal to further her outreach of art. She isthrilled to do just that with a wonderfulgroup of artists and to be able to shareher experiences of being Capital G Gaywithout apology. Much love!

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they/them | @graceandsageofficial

Grace & Sage is comprised of Grace Slear and Sage Jepson. Two longtime friends and actors, both based in New York City. They decided one night to write music and perform together, in addition to pursuing theatrical work. Some say they are one being split in half, bringing two lived experiences to song. Their concepts explore space, time, ethereal love and what lurks beyond comprehension. A spiritual symphony in the listeners ears, if you will. Debut single “presidents hiding” available on all music streaming platforms. Thank you for supporting queer artists and live performance. 

Terence Dunphy


Terence Dunphy is a chicago-based pianist and improviser. Terence spent his undergraduate degree in upstate New York at the Eastman School of Music where he studied jazz and contemporary media. After graduating, Terence has been very active on the music scene in Chicago where he plays at all kinds of venues and performs all kinds of musical styles. He’s also spent parts of his post-college career outside of Chicago, namely touring the country with the world famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. Terence’s passion for jazz and improvised music is also met with his passion for LGBTQ+ representation, and he hopes to see a future where more queer people feel seen and truly represented in spaces that are created for jazz and improvising musicians.

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