Killer Queen

Creating characters is one of my 31 days of Halloween is so creatively satisfying for me. Please watch as I bring four of those characters to life in this video… Samaralandtv Presents: Queen Cleopatra, Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Elizabeth II, & Queen Marie-Antoinette in “Killer Queens”👑 Music and lyrics by Freddy Mercury & Queen All…

Birthday Party Postponed

Due to the implemented social distancing measures put in place by NYC, I had to postpone my birthday celebration. As a consolation prize to those who were looking forward to hearing me sing, I recorded Out Here On My Own. It’s the song I had planned to sing. I hope you enjoy it.

Shakespeare In The Club

Samara performing Believe in Love, as Lady Capulet at House of Yes in Bushwick, NY, for Shakespeare In The Clubs adaptation of Romeo & Juliet

The Ms Subways Performance

The Wicked Witch Of The Upper East Side performs her rendition of Witch Girl and Fame, vying for the title of Ms Subways 2019.

The Wicked Witch Of The Upper East Side Scores NYT Article

“Contestants were judged on congeniality and talent. To that end, the performer Samara Dunn, of Queens, dressed as the Wicked Witch of the Upper East Side and an immigrant from Oz, was up first. The music from “Rich Girl” by Hall & Oates began to play. “I’m a witch girl,” belted Ms. Dunn to loud…

Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor…

Given recent and continuing events in our world, Samara takes a moment to reflect on our history and sings her version of the Emma Lazarus poem. It’s set to music originally composed by Irving Berlin. Remember, fear is the enemy. We are all immigrants.

C’est Magnifique

Mimi Baroquen & Prince Powderpouffe enjoy a picnic in Central Park, before crashing the Met Gala.

Makeup Tutorial – Snow Fairy

After many, many requests I have finally gotten around to making my first makeup tutorial. Since the weather is freezing, doing a snow fairy seemed appropriate. Enjoy…  

White Rabbit

Samara shows off her incredible makeup artistry, as well as her vocal prowess, on White Rabbit.


Samara sings “Lament” from the musical Evita.  

Women’s March NYC

The Wicked Witch of the Upper East Side gives her first news report, from The Women’s March in NYC  

Say YES!!!

The first clip from my recent cabaret performance @ Under St Marks.