Peter Marks of The Washington Post says
"Lypsinka's 'Passion': Deeper Than Drag.
The fabulousness of Lypsinka has been established so definitively that it could be cited in case law."
SAN FRANCISCO ARTICLES
The San Francisco Bay Guardian
The San Francisco Examiner
Bay Area Reporter
CLICK HERE to read the mention of Lypsinka in David Ansen's review of "Air Guitar Nation" on the Newsweek website.
WASHINGTON DC REVIEWS AND ARTICLES
In Sync With A Hollywood Legend
John et Joan
Lypsinka's 'Passion': Deeper Than Drag
Crawford gives Lypsinka rich 'Passion' fodder
Lypsinka Dearest: John Epperson, as icon Lypsinka, recreates Hollywood legend, Joan Crawford, at Studio Theatre
Don’t f*%# with Lypsinka! John Epperson returns to D.C. with a rousing homage to Joan Crawford
On Stage: She Said, He Synced
Washington City Paper
There's lots of information about Lypsinka on the Internet, and not just at lypsinka.com! Here are some links you may enjoy:
Variety Review of As I Lay Lip-Synching
AN ENCYCLOPEDIA BIOGRAPHY OF LYPSINKA
A PHOENIX, ARIZONA INTERVIEW WITH LYPSINKA
LIGHTING THE LYP
JACKIE BEAT INTERVIEWS LYPSINKA
PLANET OUT INTERVIEWS LYPSINKA
LYPSINKA LOOKS LOVELY WITH HER OLD PAL "BROTHER SUN, SISTER MOON"
LYPSINKA IN "ANOTHER GAY MOVIE"
LYPSINKA MEETS SANDRA BERNHARD ON HBO
READ A NEW PROFILE OF JOHN EPPERSON/LYPSINKA HERE
Lypsinka is part of a theatre exhibition at The Performing Arts Library at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Read The New York Times review of the exhibition and see a glamorous 1992 Martha Swope photo.
Click on the links to read MY DEAH's reviews!
The New York Times
New Jersey Star-Ledger
The New York Blade
AN IMPORTANT NOTE FROM LYPSINKA HERSELF
Darlings, the good news is that the "Mommie Dearest (Hollywood Royalty Edition)" DVD is out featuring John Waters and moi. It's the 25th anniversary of the heaven-sent, nutty movie this September.
The bad news is that Paramount Pictures, the company that released the film and the DVD, misspelled the name Lypsinka on the packaging and on the featurette inside. No wonder Joan Crawford never worked at Paramount!
They took the info from imdb.com, which actually has 3 spellings of the name. The correct one is on imdb.com (it's Lypsinka, folks!) but Paramount chose Lipsynka without checking with me.
To that end, I have registered the domain name lipsynka.com, which is actually pointed to lypsinka.com, and you are gazing at that this very second!
I have asked imdb.com to put only the correct spelling on their website, but so far they have not done it, because indeed there have been mistakes over the years by other film and television companies who have misspelled the name. Well, I can't blame Paramount for that!
Honestly, I'm grateful to Paramount for asking me to be a part of the DVD, and I hope they ask me again to be a part of another project. They have promised to correct the problem when they reprint the "Mommie Dearest" DVD, so buy 'em now, because the incorrect copy will become a collector's item.
As a matter of fact, you can buy both the "Mommie Dearest" and the "Whatever Happened To Baby Jane?" DVDs right here below, through amazon.com. I did the audio commentary with Charles Busch on "Baby Jane" and we had a great time!
Bless all of you!!!
The San Francisco Chronicle says Lypsinka is, "Always mesmerizing!" (May 14, 2006)
The San Francisco Bay Times says "The Passion of the Crawford" is "An exceptional evening! Lypsinka has every subtle and not so subtle nuance of JC down pat. This is not your usual over-the-top drag impersonation. That would be cheap and easy. This is a skilled actress doing a flawless interpretation. This show is hysterical, without having to insert too much hysteria. The crazy broad-shouldered broad is portrayed in an almost restrained manner. But never too reserved. After all, this is that mad diva, Joan Crawford!" (May 18, 2006)
The San Francisco Bay Guardian says: "It’s sad to think that the traditional gay love of ’50s camp and glamour might be lost on our young generation of queers, who often seem too busy fetishizing ’70s roller-disco wear to commit the barbed one-liners of Bette Davis movies to memory. Luckily our youth can learn how to read the high drama of Joan Crawford as gay from John Epperson [Lypsinka]...[W]ith The Passion of the Crawford, the performer embodies with eerie, wax-museum accuracy Mommie Dearest herself, piecing her together from interviews that attempt to reveal the woman behind the icon." (May 17, 2006)
Richard Dodds of the San Francisco Bay Area Reporter says "The Passion of the Crawford" is "Fun!" and "Loaded with laughs!"
CLICK HERE to read the entire review.
Chad Jones of the Oakland Tribune says about "The Passion of the Crawford" currently playing in San Francisco:
"Funny! Fascinating! Wonderfully expressive! Perfection!"
Click here to read the entire review.
CLICK HERE to read a new interview with Lypsinka
CLICK HERE to read about Lypsinka in THE PASSION OF THE CRAWFORD in San Francisco
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