Wire Magazine Issue 5.2024 Eye-Catching Cover Model Jadsen & R House 10th Anniversary

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Check out our photos of TWIST Let's Do It! All Weekend Long.


This year's CommuniTea Dance at the Arsht Center will star Tony Award winner Alex Newell.


Jadsen is this month's eye-catching cover model with sexy photos by Antony Kozz.


We preview the Broadway musicals Clue and Les Misérables on pages 14 and 20


R House, the pioneering Wynwood destination famous for its superb drag shows, is celebrating 10 fabulous years.


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The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts will celebrate National Pride Month at the seventh annual free CommuniTea Dance and invites South Florida’s LGBTQ+ community and allies to revel together on Sunday, June 9, 4-8 p.m. Tickets are free with RSVP at arshtcenter.org. The celebration will be hosted directly on the Arsht Center’s Ziff Ballet Opera House stage and guests will be immersed in a rainbow-filled fête starring Tony Award-winning, Grammy Award-nominated singer, songwriter, actor, activist, and performer Alex Newell.

Right after Alex’s captivating performance, the affair will convert into a glow-in-the-dark dance party spectacular featuring Miami-based DJ Musicat, and performances by local artists and drag performers Melissa Plastic Hilton and Ebonee Excell, hosted by Fay What. Everyone is encouraged to dance, glow and illuminate the Arsht Center’s stage with pride throughout the ‘Glowing with Pride’ CommuniTea Dance. You are also invited to explore the CommuniTea Dance’s Pride Marketplace, which will feature local LGBTQ+ and ally organizations, artisans, creatives, and small businesses. Food and drink specials by Constellation Culinary will also be available for purchase.

Alex Newell has mesmerized spectators with their powerful vocals, dynamic stage presence, and steadfast commitment to being authentic. They rose to fame as a breakout star on the hit television series Glee with their portrayal of the fearless and flamboyant ‘Unique Adams,’ one of network television’s very first transgender characters. Alex then switched over into theatre on Broadway stages in musicals such as Once on This Island, which received a Grammy nomination for Best Musical Theater Album, and Shucked. In 2023, Alex made history by receiving the prestigious Tony Award for their astounding performance in Shucked. Along with J. Harrison Ghee, they became the first openly nonbinary performers to win a Tony Award

for their impressive rendition in Shucked, and they also became the first openly nonbinary performers to win a Tony Award in an acting category. Alex was also recognized on Time magazine's ‘Next 100’ list as a cultural trailblazer and visionary. Their music career has thrived with the release of Alex’s 2016 EP, Power. Alex utilizes their platform to inspire LGBTQ+ youth through advocacy and aligning with The Trevor Project, GLAAD, and other organizations.

I sat down with Alex for a chat prior to their CommuniTea Dance performance.

Rafa Carvajal: What are you looking forward to the most about performing at this year’s Arsht Center CommuniTea Dance on June 9?

Alex Newell: Having a great time and meeting some new people and letting them dance!

RC: Why do you think it is important to celebrate Pride month together as a community?

AN: We’re stronger as a community especially now more than ever!

RC: What does Pride mean to you?

AN: Self love.

RC: Why is advocacy for our LGBTQ+ community youth so important to you?

AN: Since I’m still young myself, I think it’s important to provide a voice for those that don’t think they always have a voice or have their voices heard. We have to amplify those young voices so that they feel seen!

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June marks a very important month for our community. According to the Library of Congress, “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Month is currently celebrated each year in the month of June to honor the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan. The Stonewall Uprising was a tipping point for the Gay Liberation Movement in the United States. In the United States the last Sunday in June was initially celebrated as ‘Gay Pride Day,’ but the actual day was flexible. In major cities across the nation the ‘day’ soon grew to encompass a month-long series of events. Today, celebrations include pride parades, picnics, parties, workshops, symposia and concerts, and LGBTQ Pride Month events attract millions of participants around the world. Memorials are held during this month for those members of the community who have been lost to hate crimes or HIV/AIDS. The purpose of the commemorative month is to recognize the impact that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals have had on history locally, nationally, and internationally.”

In this month’s issue, we get ready to celebrate National Pride Month by bringing you an Our Community feature story about the 10th Anniversary of R House in Wynwood, famous for its fabulous drag brunch. I interview the husband team of Chef Rocco Carulli and Owen Bale, owners and operators of this pioneering destination that is debuting an entirely new look and feel from the inside out, a creative and remade culinary and mixology program, augmented staging and visual-audio production, and grand drag and evening shows everyone will enjoy. I also interview R House Show Director and drag performer Athena Dion.

Out & About previews the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts celebration of National Pride Month with the seventh annual free CommuniTea Dance for South Florida’s LGBTQ+ community and allies. The celebration will be hosted directly on the Arsht Center’s Ziff Ballet Opera House stage and guests will be immersed in a rainbow-filled fête starring Tony Award-winning, Grammy Award-nominated singer, songwriter, actor, activist, and performer Alex Newell, who we interview for Out & About. Arts Newsie is about the Broadway Musicals Clue and Les Misérables coming to the Broward and Arsht Centers in June. This month’s eye-catching cover model is Jadsen — who we feature with some very sexy photos by Antony Kozz. We also showcase photos from TWIST Let’s Do It! All Weekend Long.

I want to wish you a wonderful and happy National Pride Month! Cheers,

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Where are you from and where do you live now?

Jadsen: I was born in Houston, but I lived in Florida my whole life. I grew up in Trinity, Florida. I’ve lived in St. Pete for the past two years.

RC: What do you for work? J: I model, I do OnlyFans and I also do some affiliate marketing on the side.

Photos by Antony Kozz Instagram @antonykozz Rafa Carvajal:
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RC: How do you stay in shape?

J: I pretty much eat the same thing everyday except for cheat days. My diet consists of mostly protein, little carbs and fats. I work out six days a week.

RC: Where do you get your inspiration to stay fit?

J: My sobriety. I’ve been sober for two years. I started working out consistently when I got sober. I couldn’t have the gains if I was living the way I use to.

RC: What are your top three exercises?

J: Incline chest press, cable flys and any bicep exercise.

RC: What are your favorite foods?

J: Steak, seafood, and Latin food.

RC: What do you enjoy about modeling for photography?

J: I love meeting new photographers and models. I also love traveling.

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RC: What are your favorite hobbies?

J: I love walking trails, playing video games, watching movies, and of course going to the gym.

RC: What are your social media handles?

J: Instagram: jadsen1. Twitter: thejadsen. OF: jadsen_official.

RC: Is there anything else you would like to share with Wire Magazine readers?

J: My birthday was May 27th and I turned 26.

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The Cameron Mackintosh presented acclaimed production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s Tony Awardwinning musical phenomenon Les Misérables will be at the Arsht Center for the Performing Arts June 18-23. This superb staging of Les Mis has been described as “Les Mis for the 21st century” (Huffington Post), “a reborn dream of a production” (Daily Telegraph) and “one of the greatest musicals ever created” (Chicago Tribune).

Les Misérables tells a 19th century France captivating story of wrecked dreams and unreciprocated love, passion, sacrifice and redemption, which are an eternal demonstration of the human spirit’s ability to survive against all odds. The epic, inspiring story of Les Misérables is one of the most renowned musicals ever produced. The marvelous score of Les Misérables includes the songs “I Dreamed a Dream,” “On My Own,” “Bring Him Home,” “One Day More,” “Master of the House” and many more. Les Mis has been seen by more than 130 million people around the world in 53 countries and 22 languages. Visit arshtcenter.org to purchase your tickets to see Les Misérables.

Wire Magazine sat down with Haley Dortch, who plays the role of Fantine in Les Misérables.

Rafa Carvajal: What do you enjoy the most about playing Fantine on the cast of Les Misérables?

Haley Dortch: The character of Fantine is such an iconic role, and I’m so honored to share her story every single night. I love how much love she has for her daughter, and how she continues to inspire me to be persistent in the face of adversity. I know she also speaks to a lot of other people in reflection of their own lives, and I feel so much gratitude to be able to help inspire others in that way.

RC: What inspired you to become a Broadway performer?

HD: I think what inspired me to become a performer is viewing

and listening to great art. Growing up watching people like Gladys Knight or Beyonce, and how much they inspire me, I knew I wanted to inspire others like that.

RC: What does it take to be successful as a cast member on an iconic Broadway show like Les Misérables?

HD: To be successful in Les Mis is to be yourself. I think because the show has been around for nearly 40 years that walking into Les Mis it is easy to think that you have to become something or someone, but the reason people love it is because of how authentic and honest it is. It's great that we are each able to put a bit of ourselves into our characters and create something that still feels relevant in modern times.

RC: As a queer woman, what would you say to a young queer kid who may be dreaming of performing on Broadway some day?

HD: To a young queer actor, I would say that there is a space and community for you here in the theater world. You are enough as you are. No one can take that from you.

RC: Why do you think audiences are so drawn to the story of Les Misérables?

HD: Les Misérables is still so successful because it still has such a relevant story to what we are facing today. In the epilogue of the show, we invite the audience to join in our crusade. We tell them to stand up for what they believe in, and I love this moment of breaking the fourth wall. It is such a beautiful story of the survival of the human spirit.

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As we celebrate Pride Month in June, Wire Magazine wants to let you know that R House, a place where many in our LGBTQ community and allies gather to dine, have fun, and enjoy fabulous drag brunches, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this summer with a new look, new menus, and fresh programming. The husband team of Chef Rocco Carulli and Owen Bale are the owners and operators of this pioneering Wynwood destination. R House is debuting an entirely new look and feel from the inside out, a creative and remade culinary and mixology program, augmented staging and visual-audio production, and grand drag and evening shows everyone will enjoy.

Rocco is known for his eclectic modern American cuisine with Latin influences and the new dinner menu at R House is perfectly balanced with a host of dishes organized by categories ‘for the table,’ ‘to share,’ ‘vegetables,’ ‘sea,’ ‘meats,’ and ‘sides.’ Some dish examples include: Baby Chorizo in a smoky honey glaze; Duck Empanadas; Red Snapper Ceviche with avocado, roasted corn relish, and Amarillo leche de tigre; Crispy Snapper; a decadent Tomahawk that will arrive at the table with a sparkler parade; and Falafel Bowl with arugula, shredded Brussels, jicama, apple, red onion, and feta.

The R House mixology program also offers new curated libations such as the Madame Butterfly with Ford’s gin, marmalade honey, lavender soda, butterfly flower, and fresh citrus. R House’s new interior design has an elevated and pastel posh feel to match its fabulous ‘je ne sais quoi’ and design elements like an Instagram-worthy ‘R House Made Me Do It’ neon sign. R House is also known as the home of one of the highest profile drag brunches in the world, with performers you can regularly see on television shows watched nationally and internationally, including RuPaul’s Drag Race, So You Think You Can Dance, and ABC’s The View

R House is celebrating this milestone anniversary with a series of fabulous parties. R House’s official 10th-Anniversary Summer Celebration Series kicked off on Friday, May 17th with a special ‘Yas Queen’ event with RuPaul Drag Race allstars Manila Luzon and Trinity The Tuck and continues with a line-up of events and parties throughout the summer.

I sat down with Rocco, Owen and Athena Dion to chat about 10 great years at R House.

Rafa Carvajal: What are you most proud about achieving the 10-year anniversary of R House?

Rocco Carulli: Reaching our 10-year anniversary fills me with so much pride. From the beginning, my goal was to create a place where people would really feel at home, just like my previous restaurant back in Provincetown, MA. When I look at the community and customer base we have built here at R House that is what I’m most proud of. I’m also incredibly proud of our staff and performers whose dedication, creativity, and passion have been the backbone of our success.

RC: How does the R House of today compare to what you dreamed of when you opened R House in Wynwood 10 years ago?

RC: What R House has become over the years is beyond anything I ever dreamed of or imagined. When we opened 10

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years ago, we operated as part-restaurant, part-art gallery with revolving exhibitions and frequent art sales over dinner. When we did the first drag brunch in March 2015 for my birthday, we had no idea how big a role the art of drag would take on at R House.

Owen Bale: That’s true. When we opened 10 years ago, drag shows were never in our business plan. But once we had put on our first drag brunch, we became completely hooked. Customer demand grew and grew over the years. The queens and the excitement they bring to R House made them truly center-stage. Our drag shows and live performances have now become signature experiences that draw people from all over world, creating an atmosphere that is both welcoming and electrifying.

sanctuary where everyone is celebrated for who they are. We understand the importance of having a place where people can express themselves freely and authentically. Our staff and patrons create an atmosphere of love, acceptance, and support, making everyone feel at home the moment they walk through our doors. Our events, particularly our famous drag brunches, are the cornerstone of our connection with the LGBTQ community. They bring people together, fostering a sense of community and belonging that is truly special.

RC: How do you feel about celebrating 10 fabulous years with R House?

RC: Celebrating 10 fabulous years at R House Wynwood fills me with so much gratitude. Reflecting on this decade-long journey, I am deeply moved by the support and love from our incredible community, our dedicated team of staff and queens, and the countless patrons who have made R House a regular part of their lives. When we opened in 2014, we were the new kids on the block. Now we are the Wynwood OGs. It feels incredible to have stood the test of time and I know R House will only get better and better.

OB: Reaching 10 years really makes you reflect. We created a real phenomenon from nothing in that space of time. We’re excited about what the next 10 years will bring and inspired to keep pushing the boundaries of what R House can be. We are so grateful to all our queens, in particular our iconic show producer Athena Dion, who bring endless joy to everyone at R House. Together we created something out-of-this-world!

Athena Dion: Honestly, I can’t believe it’s been 10 years! I joined the team a year after R House opened its doors, so I have basically been there since the beginning! Looking back at what I first walked into and seeing where we are now, I feel an overwhelming sense of pride. The show for me specifically at R House has been a labor of love for all these years. It’s like a child I have nurtured, cried for, laughed with, and learned from, and now look at with such pride and admiration.

RC: What makes R House such a special place for our LGBTQ community to come together and have fun?

RC: It is more than just a restaurant. It’s a vibrant, inclusive

AD: Since the beginning, R House has always been an inclusive space for people from every walk of life. You leave your troubles at the door along with whatever noise is out there trying to rattle our brains. I feel as queer people we have experienced a lot of that noise our whole lives, so to find a place where we get to let our guard down and be surrounded by love and fun is what makes it so special. As the hostess, and kind of the spirit guide through the drag experience, I try to make sure everyone feels at home or like they are out visiting their best friend in the entire world. R House is also LGBTQ+ owned and operated at almost every level. We understand the community because we are part of the community. R House is Your House.

RC: What are the highlights of your new R House menus?

RC: The most stand-out changes to the menu are the meat and vegetarian options. Meat lovers can enjoy a variety of cuts such as Skirt, New York Strip, Filet Mignon, and a decadent Tomahawk that will arrive at the table with a sparkler parade. New vegetarian dishes include the options of a Sweet Pea Falafel Bowl; Vegan Cauliflower Bowl; Smashed Oyster Mushroom Butterfly; and Roasted Sweet Potato Wedges with chimichurri butter. A brunch menu revamp is planned for this summer. Our mixology program has gone through a similar rebirth with a brand-new selection of craft cocktails, plus we have kept our award-wining favorites La Reina Margarita, El Sancho Margarita, and Mojito Coqueto.

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RC: Tell us about R House’s new look.

OB: This summer, we are unveiling our biggest renaissance yet: completely re-designed bar and dining areas unrecognizable compared to the original design, and new state-of-the-art audio-visual production facilities. We’ve gone for chic art deco pastel tones and fabrics that perfectly complement our entertainment program. Walking in, you’ll see dramatic mirrored walls, floor-to-ceiling drapery, multiple cheeky neon signs and disco ball installations boasting over 100 pieces each – the perfect backdrop for your next Instagram moment. After dark, the new audio-visual facilities really come into play – a heavy DJ booth upgrade, state-ofthe-art TV and LED screens, and an expanded runway for performers to strut and make the night shows go off with a bang.

RC: What do you enjoy the most about performing at R House?

AD: For me it’s more than a performance, it’s my legacy, it’s my home, it’s somewhere I have invested so much of my personality, hard work, and creativity. The show at R house is a reflection of who I am as an artist and a performer. The show is very personal to me and means so much to me. I love sharing the stage with my best friends and family. I love seeing the smiling faces of the staff. I love making people happy simply by being my true authentic self. I love seeing people come back week after week, and even years later showing me photos we took way back when. I love the joy I get to share with my audience and that we are all there for one thing, to enjoy the art of drag! And do we ever enjoy it!

RC: Is there anything else you would like to share with Wire Magazine’s readers?

AD: A big thank you to my South Florida Community for supporting R House and the shows over all these years. Without the love of the fans, we wouldn’t have been able to make it this far! Thank you Wire Magazine and thank you readers! And if you haven’t made it to the show yet, or think you need a reason to come check us out, let this be your reason! We would love to see you there!


is a hysterical murder mystery comedy based on the Hasbro board game and tailored from the 1985 Paramount cult movie beloved by many. It is the last show of the 2023/2024 Broadway in Fort Lauderdale Season and will be at the Broward Center June 11-16. The Clue franchise started in 1949 when the ‘Cluedo’ board game was manufactured. The super popular game has been purchased more than 200 million times worldwide. In 1985, Paramount Pictures released a murder-mystery comedy film based on the board game that went on to gain a cult status with a very ardent fanbase.

The original Clue stage play was produced at the Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, Pennsylvania, by Producers Alexander Fraser, Robyn Goodman, Stephen Kocis, and Josh Fielder. Murder and blackmail are at the center of the gathering of six enigmatic guests who gather at Boddy Manor for an evening that no one will forget. Did Mrs. Peacock have the knife in the study? Could Colonel Mustard have used the wrench in the library? Comedic Clue is the consummate mystery, but it will also make you laugh while trying to determine what happened, until the final twist reveals the culprit.

Broadway Director Casey Hushion – Associate Director of Mean Girls and The Prom , and Associate Resident Director of Aladdin – is the director of Clue. The screenplay is by Jonathan Lynn, and it is written by Sandy Rustin with additional material by Hunter Foster and Eric Price. Clue’s original music is by Michael Holland, and the show production also features scenic design by Lee Savage, costume design by Jen Caprio, lighting design by Ryan J. O'Gara and sound design by Jeff Human.

Visit BrowardCenter.org to purchase your Clue tickets.

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