A Showcase of Transgender Artists, Musicians, Writers and Performers

Trans-Genre Artists

Jamez Terry

Jamez Terry (alias Vermicious Knid) is a zine-writing, fiddle-playing, story-telling minister, father, performer, and radical organizer. In 2004, he co-founded the Tranny Roadshow and spent the next 8 years bringing fantastic trans performance art all around North America.  He debuted his first solo show Identity in 2011.  Jamez’ performances blend storytelling, humor, poetry, music, and… Read More »

Scott Turner Schofield

Scott Turner Schofield is a writer, performer, and educator creating theater about gender and sexuality in the Deep South. He is also a man who was a woman, a lesbian turned straight guy who is often called a fag. Not surprisingly, his work centers on contradictions and comedy. Often sharing the stage with gender-focused artists… Read More »

Ryka Aoki

Ryka Aoki is a writer, composer, chemist, black belt, and moonshiner who was recently featured at the National Queer Arts Festival, the National Gay and Lesbian Theatre Festival, Ladyfest South 2007, Atlanta Pride, UCLA’s OutCRY, and Fresh Meat. Trans-Genre Press has published Ryka’s first book, Seasonal Velocities! In 2005, Ryka was the inaugural performer for… Read More »

Jaye McBride

Jaye McBride is an upstate New York comedian who’s been featured all across the country. She’s a regular at the Albany Comedy Works and can be seen emceeing or performing at comedy showcases and burlesque shows throughout New York State’s Capital District. Being transgender doesn’t just mean she’s a great target at roasts; it has… Read More »

J. J. Lepke

My best work lately has been in traditional collage, but I’m also working in other media, such as graphic design, and am in the process of writing and illustrating a graphic novel. I’ve also written and copy-edited news and press releases for a few GLBTQ/trans* organizations, it’s been some of my favorite and most personally… Read More »

Rahne Alexander

Rahne Alexander is a multidisciplinary artist from Baltimore, MD. Her film & video art has screened in galleries and festivals across the country, including the Baltimore Museum of Art, Microcinefest, MIX the Queer Experimental Film Festival, Freewaves (LA), Homoscope (Austin) and Cinekink (NYC). Rahne was featured in the 2010 rockumentary Riot Acts: Flaunting Gender Deviance in Music Performance, and she performs frequently… Read More »

NCN

NCN is the boy-band-inspired stage name of a hater of capitalism, believer in collective liberation, and conductor of storytelling experiments for children and adults. Sir Eyes, the babydonkey, and all of NCN’s other characters (NCN personifies everything he sees) inhabit worlds where cause-and-effect logic and Newtonian physics have been replaced by magic, desire and SM… Read More »

K.A. Harrington

Originally from Northern New Jersey, K.A. Harrington has been living in San Diego since 2004. She has been involved in music projects, varying in genre, since early childhood.  In 2005, she was a founding member San Diego-based doo wop a Capella group The Royals, sharing the stage with legendary acts such as The Drifters, The Tokens, and… Read More »