Hammerheads, Cuttlefish, Conesnails- turns out those aquatic assholes are thirsty, flirty, and fascinating. NYC’s top Drag Queens are stepping up to their computer screens for a livestream celebration of the ocean’s saltiest creatures. Hosted by Mike Kelton and accompanied by our best and brightest marine biologists, these queens are raising a glass the weirdest and wildest creatures in the deep blue sea- you'll be gagged to the gills.
Hosted by Mike Kelton
Slipping in and out of drag skin Kiko Soirée, animagus Jon Wan serves an alluring feast of emotion - sensual, sincere, stupid.
Chocolate lay in your mouth, minty going down. The same recipe you love with an empowered black trans twist!
A bearded Brooklyn drag queen, known for her comedic stylings and original music. Her YouTube series “A Very Computer...” has amassed HuNdReDs of views, and her SoundCloud discography has amassed even less.
About Our Experts:
Sarah McAnulty, Ph.D. is a squid biologist and the Executive Director of the science communication non-profit Skype a Scientist. Sarah drives the SquidMobile and tries to bring the joy of science with her everywhere she goes.
Dr. Joshua Drew is an assistant professor of vertebrate conservation at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, NY.
Dr. Sabah Ul-Hasan is a Bioinformatics Postdoctoral Scholar and Lecturer at The Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, California. Sabah completed their doctorate at UC Merced, investigating marine cone snail Californiconus californicus (the California Cone Snail) as part of larger venom microbiome research. Stay in touch and have all your science questions answered with Sabah on Twitter (@sabahzero).
Produced by Kylie Holloway and Karl St. Lucy
HOW LIVESTREAM TICKETS WORK:
1. After purchasing a ticket at any price level, you'll receive an email receipt from Eventbrite that includes the streaming link. The show will be streaming as a private livestream on Caveat's YouTube channel (don’t search for it on YouTube - it won’t show up! The link in your email is the only way to access the show when it starts.).
2. You’ll receive another email 2 days before the show; 2 hours before the show; and 10 mins before the show (because there’s no shame in not knowing what day or time it is anymore). Those emails will also include the link to the livestream.
3. Just click on the link to watch the show! Shows typically run between 60-90 minutes.
4. If you’d like to participate in the live chat & say hi, or ask questions to the hosts, you’ll need to be logged into your YouTube account - it’s free, and if you have a Google account, it’s super easy to sign in. Not necessary to watch the show though!
5. You can buy a ticket even if the show has already started! And, the video of the livestream will be available to watch after the show - so if you’ve got plans for the actual time of the show, it’s ok! You can buy a ticket, click the link when you’re free, and watch the show at your leisure.
Thanks in advance for not sharing the private streaming link!
If you are not currently able to afford the $5 ticket, we are offering a limited number of free tickets per show to those experiencing financial hardship.
Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
We are a small business, and we’re providing these free tickets on good faith, so please be conscientious, and please do not share the link.
Please DO share the link to the ticket page to spread the word about the show, and encourage friends & colleagues to buy tickets! That helps us a lot.
We’re happy to help keep you connected & entertained through this rough time!
Caveat Members get free access to all Caveat Livestreams!
Members: use your email address as a promo code on the ticketing page to access your free member tickets.
To become a Caveat Member, click here: https://www.caveat.nyc/membership