Musician, cabaret performer Sabrina Chap, who's performing at the 2013 Charm City LGBT Film Festival's kick-off party at the Creative Alliance.

Musician, cabaret performer Sabrina Chap, who's performing at the 2013 Charm City LGBT Film Festival's kick-off party at the Creative Alliance. (Dave Sanders -photo credit)

There's no one way to describe Sabrina Chap -- and that's what we love about her.She's a musician and songwriter — her latest album, "We Are the Parade" boasts a title track about marriage equality. She often performs with burlesque and variety shows. And she plays a mean kazoo. "Someone once called me a mix of Julie Andrews and Divine, which I love," said the 35-year-old, whose real last name is Chapadjiev. "I've also gotten 'Tom Waits with a hint of Phyllis Diller.

And though she lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., Chap has often performed in Baltimore for the past few years. On Thursday, Chap returns to town to pefrom at the Charm City LGBT Film Festival Kick-off Party at the Creative Alliance (8 p.m.; $10-$15). She talked to us about working with burlesque dancers, the joys of frozen Thin Mints and more....

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