In the rigidly binary world of gay men, one horny drag queen wants it all!


photo by Robbie Sweeny Photography

In their debut solo performance, artist Kevin Seaman (aka LOL McFiercen) fuses stand up and improvisational comedy with drag, performance art, musical theatre, and an on-stage smartphone to explore toxic masculinity, sexuality, and self acceptance.

Embodying the spirit of San Francisco counter-culture, #femMASCULINE blends app-based technology with the camp of drag stages and the intimacy of gay cruising. Seaman delivers a tender, accessible, and hilarious cabaret-style performance that resonates with queer and non-queer audiences alike.

Conceived by Kevin Seaman

Written by John Caldon & Kevin Seaman

Directed by Beatrice Thomas & Ryan Marchand

#femMASCULINE made its world premiere on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at the Brava Cabaret with a special opening night party with DJ Rob Fatal; running October 3-5 & 10-12, 2019.



#femmasculine has received support from the San Francisco Arts Commission’s Individual Artist Commission and Theatre Bay Area’s CA$H grant program, and received a developmental reading at The Tank, a New York City home for emerging artists.

Through its development, #femmasculine has also become suite of digital media exploring hyper-masculinity, hyper-femininity and hybrid gender identity.

#femmasculine has received support from Brava Theatre, the San Francisco Arts Commission Individual Artist Commission in Theatre, and Theatre Bay Area’s CA$H grant program.