Emmy Award-winning actor, playwright and activist Leslie Jordan is scheduled to perform in D.C. during the 2019 Pride week celebrations.
Join the Washington Blade in celebrating the new show from Emmy Award-winning actor and comedian Leslie Jordan in “EXPOSED,” live at Union Stage at the Wharf (740 Water St., S.W.). Two shows are scheduled to take place on Wednesday, June 5 at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Best known for his standout roles in “Sordid Lives,” “American Horror Story,” “The Help,” Beverley Leslie on NBC’s hit series “Will & Grace,” and now playing a lead role in the new comedy series “The Cool Kids” on FOX, Jordan has charmed fans for more than four decades.
In “EXPOSED,” Jordan invites his audiences behind the scenes of his childhood and career, offering a charming and hilarious look back at his life experience as a flamboyant youth raised as a Southern Baptist, as well as the “unbelievable real-life stories” and treasured anecdotes from his renowned stage and television performances.