Updated September 2005

In New York City, "The Passion of the Crawford" was great fun. Some of the backstage guests in our unfortunately wood-paneled dressing room included:

Isabella Rossellini and her daughter Elettra

Mark Morris and his only friend (so he says)

Steve Cuiffo (my co-star), Joel Schumacher, style guru Freddie Leiba, Jess Cagle and Michael Volbracht who was a close friend of Joan Crawford and is now the designer at Bill Blass.

Dancer Vladimir Malakhov (head on shoulder) with his manager Yuri and Judy and Sam Peabody.

Joan Crawford's surrogate daughter Queeney

America's prima ballerina Cynthia Gregory (the lady on the right who approaches Miss Crawford's stature) and Ann Marie D'Angelo.

During the run of the production, I was music director for, and sidekick to, Greg Proops on his chat show at Joe's Pub. His guests included:

movie star Jeff Goldblum

and comedian Lewis Black, well known from "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart."

Also in the summer of 2005 I emceed the annual Village Care Benefit and floral headdress show...

...where I met designer and reality show star Austin Scarlett from "Project Runway" and his muse Sophia LaMarr.

A friend of mine says he won't look at my website unless there are gratuitous photos of handsome, nude men. So here are a couple of shots...

...of a fellow from England I met at a party for Adel Rootstein Mannequins in NYC. Here he is with some of his friends. I will not print his name to protect the so-called innocent.

I also met Kevin Arpino, the creative director of Adel Rootstein, and his latest muse...

And the legendary fashion model emeritus assoluta, Carmen!

Be sure to check out Robert Trachtenberg's new, clever and moving book "When I Knew" featuring a childhood anecdote of yours truly and many other notables.

Adorable, life-loving Bruce Weber generously devotes 4 pages to your Lypsinka in his new book "Blood, Sweat and Tears." 2 pages of a story/essay about Lypsinka and a double page spread of Daria Werbowy and The Lyp wearing Gaultier! Buy it here!!

Spring Sprang Sprung 2005
2004's Big Bang
Summer Magic
Moving On
What Do Legends Become?
What Becomes a Legend Most?
Tammy And The Lyp
Hollywood Screwballs
Caged and boxed celebrities
early 2000 antics
me and my infamous friends
fashion, fun and fanatacism
Chillin' with Puff Lyppy
Lypsinka and Faye Dunaway tete-a-tete at the 25th anniversary screening of "Chinatown".
At the premiere screening of "Scandalous Me: The Jacqueline Susann Story."