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.
The Wicked Witch Of The Upper East Side has a visitor…
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…
Samara shows off her incredible makeup artistry, as well as her vocal prowess, on White Rabbit.
Samara sings “Lament” from the musical Evita.
The Wicked Witch of the Upper East Side hosting her first episode of her game show Guess This Witch.
The Wicked Witch of the Upper East Side reporting from WAFT (Witches Againat Totalitarian Facisim) at Bushwick Brooklyns famed House Of Yes.
Samara visits the Statue of Liberty to sing her rendition of Erving Belin’s “Give Me Your Tired Your Poor”.
The Wicked Witch of the Upper East Side gives her first news report, from The Women’s March in NYC
The newly immigrated Wicked Witch of the Upper East Side.