On October 2nd, 2007, I appeared on Feast of Fun, a Chicago-based LGBTQ comedy podcast. On show #622 – Baby Can Dance, I spoke with Fausto Ferños and Marc Felion about my life after moving to Los Angeles, the global art scene, and trends and predictions.
On today’s show we talking with our Los Angeles pal Marsian De Lellis, who performed at the VERY first Feast of Fools show.
Marsian has been super duper busy studying at Cal-Arts getting his Masters in Puppetry Arts and working on a hilarious script about a ice-cream cake heiress and her woeful battles with self-esteem, addiction and space aliens.
But today we’re chatting at one of Marsian’s favorite vegan cafes to dish the dirt and drop names on the bizarre in the global art scene and to talk about more fun predictions for the future.
We all made it to San Francisco in one piece after our Live Podcast in Los Angeles. It was electrifying!
We all had a fabulous time on Sunday at Akbar taping our live podcast, meeting the fans and enjoying the joyful crowd.
Sal-E dazzled everyone not just with his great costume, but with his hilarious stories of visiting Palm Springs and being cruised by some rather questionable folks. Miss Ronnie was her typical true diva self, keeping it real and looking fabulous in her 70s inspired nightgown. Our special guest comedian Sabrina Matthews was fabulous and Steven Peterson sat on a delicious Strawberry Shortcake while Marsian De Lellis forgoed his dietary restrictions and licked off the frosting from you know where.
Marc and I had a great time meeting the fans and getting to know our Los Angeles pals one on one. It was so touching and beautiful to see all the Feast of Fools t-shirts, in their various styles all in one place on so many people. Thanks to Barbara Drumm and everyone else who sponsored the event, we couldn’t have done it without you.
The Feast of Fun podcast (formerly titled “Feast of Fools”) is a Chicago-based talk show hosted by Fausto Fernós and Marc Felion that showcases celebrity guests, artists, musicians, actors, and members of the LGBT community and those who support them. A typical program will include one or more of a number of features, including roundtable discussions, unusual news and social trends, LGBT issues, comedy, music, food and cocktail recipes, or interviews. Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Fausto Fernós created the Feast of Fools in 1998 as wacky artists variety show in Chicago, Illinois. Feast of Fun grew out of an audio blog to promote the live show