Chances are you’ve already laughed with Randy Rainbow. The comic actor’s satirical song sendups of current events made him a gay YouTube sensation, and he brought the magic to Atlanta on Wednesday.
You may know him best from his skewerings of the 2016 presidential election or other skewerings of the president, but the performer brought a rich body of work to the stage at Jungle with years experience as a writer, actor and singer.
Lost N Found, which helps homeless LGBTQ youth off the streets and onto productive paths, benefited from the event. Bubba D. Licious hosted the show, which counted Project Q Atlanta as one of its sponsors.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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