AUBURN – The Tranny Roadshow will bring its hip variety show to the First Universalist Church of Auburn on Sunday, April 26.

The show features performances by nine transgender artists, including musicians, humorists, spoken word artists, a playwright and a pop star who has topped the Russian charts. UMF student Jamez Terry, show organizer and performance artist, is among the ensemble cast.

Tranny Roadshow has been performing since 2005.

Its Auburn appearance is part of a 12-gig spree across New England. Ensemble members vary by availability, and Terry always connects with each com munity to feature local artists. Therefore, each show is a unique experience.

The Philadelphia Weekly described the Roadshow as “an intelligently diverse vision of identity” where the cast members “demonstrate just how rewarding and fun the exploration of selfhood can be.”

The show will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets, $10, may be ordered at [email protected] The First Universalist Church of Auburn is at 169 Pleasant St. For more information, log on to or call 778-6274.

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