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Chris Harder is a NYC burlesque performer, writer, and yes, an "adult film star." Harder has traveled the US and the world with his beefcake burlesque shows, including headlining the 2017 Helsinki Burlesque Festival as well as performances in New Zealand, Vienna, London and... Fargo, North Dakota. Harder is also the writer and creator of the "Nasty Drew and That Harder Boy Series," a burlesque/drag parody of the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys novels running at The Laurie Beechman Theater. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @HarderBurlesque and Google him at your own risk! www.HarderBurlesque.com.
David Drake is an actor-writer-director best known as the Obie Award-winning playwright/performer of The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, one of the longest-running solo shows in Off-Broadway history. David also starred in Vampire Lesbians of Sodom (succeeding Charles Busch for 856 performances), originated the role of “Miss Deep South” in the hit Pageant, as well as co-starring with Jim J. Bullock in End of the World Party at the 47th St. Theater, and with B.D. Wong in A Language of Their Own at The Public. His TV credits: The Good Wife, Law & Order, The Beat, NY Undercover. Feature films: Jonathan Demme’s Philadelphia, as well as It’s Pat, Naked in New York, David Searching, Bear City, Longtime Companion, and his own adaptation of The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me. As a stage director, David has twice been a Directing Fellow at the Sundance Theater Lab, and has directed new works at The Public’s Under the Radar Festival, Joe’s Pub, and Rattlestick, among others. Most notably, Drake director of the 2009 world premiere of Taylor Mac’s The Lily’s Revenge, which made the “10 Best Lists” in The New Yorker, NY Post, The Advocate, Paper Magazine, and won a 2010 Village Voice Obie Award.
David Drake and Chris Harder at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC.
"...it’s a refreshing, enlightening and empowering look at the gay porn industry and one of its shining stars." UnicornBooty.com
"Directed with economy and style by David Drake, #BIGBRIGHTSTAR offers a funny, fast-paced showcase for the likable, handsome, talented Mr. Harder. I can’t wait to see what he comes up with next." BistroAwards.com
"Amid talk of anal sex and the many uses of Cetaphil lotion, Harder bares more than his stunning body. He gives himself to the audience fully, creating a sparkling, shining comet of joy. Harder is in fact, a #BigBrightStar." TheReviewsHub.com