Performing well in the show's challenges, his failure to win one resulted in RuPaul calling him "the Susan Lucci of this competition." He was eliminated in the eighth episode, "Golden Gals," which aired on March 29, 2010. After his elimination, Entertainment Weekly called him their pick for "America's Next Drag Superstar". After his elimination, Boxx appeared on the two seasons of Drag Race spin-off series RuPaul's Drag U. He also appeared in a television commercial for Absolut Vodka that aired during the third season of Drag Race dressed as a Bloody Mary. He also hosted and performed in the One Night Stand Up Dragtastic NYC special that aired on Logo in January 2011. Besides appearing on Drag Race, he wrote, directed, produced, and appeared in Mrs.
Kasha Davis: The Life of an International Housewife Celebrity starring fellow drag performer from Rochester's Tilt nightclub, Mrs. Kasha Davis. He also wrote a play, The Lipstick Massacre, directed by David Henderson and starring himself (as Pandora Boxx) and actress Kasha Davis. The plot follows a commercial actress, Daphne Von Hausenpfeffer, whose career is fading. When other actresses up for the same roles start disappearing, it seems Daphne may be the prime suspect.
It was described as "a new murder mystery/B-horror movie/comedy play." The Lipstick Massacre has played at Rochester's Multi-use Community Cultural Center, and the Geva Theatre. For his creative roles in his projects, he is usually credited with his legal name, Michael Steck. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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