“A galvanic performer who combines the otherworldly gender fluidity of Ziggy Stardust and the unstoppable razzle-dazzle of a post-modern Liza Minnelli.” —Los Angeles Times
Hot on the very high heels of his hugely successful epic extravaganza, A 24-Decade History of Popular Music, the incomparable Taylor Mac returns to Los Angeles to share a little holiday sass with Taylor Mac's Holiday Sauce. Celebrating the holiday season in all its dysfunction, Mac, is joined by longtime collaborators designer Machine Dazzle, music director Matt Ray and a band of musicians and special guests to reframe the songs you love and the holidays you hate.
After its premiere in 2017 at NYC’s Town Hall, Time Out New York wrote, “The sublimely freakish Mac pilots audiences through fantastical journeys, guided by the compass of [Mac’s] magnetic individuality. Last year, [Mac] surveyed the past 240 years of American music in a 24-hour marathon that was immediately hailed as a history-making event in and of itself. [This year Mac] sleighs it with Christmas songs.”
Funds provided by the Ginny Mancini Endowment for Vocal Performance.
Photo Credit: Little Fang Photography