Palm Springs Life spoke further with Pickle.
What was the attraction to bringing your show to the desert?
I was really attracted by the offer to perform out there. I love performing for the gay community. I also love performing for the older members of the gay community as well, because they tend to get more or my references, because I’m kind of an old-school girl.”
What can audiences expect to see during your show?
The cabaret show will have lot of songs and dance from the old musicals. I’m structuring it around the musical Sweet Charity. It’ll be like seeing an old school kind of drag cabaret review. I am singing live! I do not lip sync. I also have the tendency to bring in some of my personal experiences, into my work. So I would expect a loose plot, a lot of songs, and a good time.
Is the cabaret show a temporary event to promote the reopening of the bar or are you creating a more permanent show going forward?
Depending on the audience reaction and the response we’ll see how to move forward. I would definitely anticipate coming back and doing more shows. If I do come back, I probably will build a new show.