Nat King Pole’s sock-stuffed pants first bulged onto the scene in a roller rink in 1970s Cornwall, but it would be another thirty some-odd years before that bulge fully sprang to life on the stages of Miriam Ginestier’s famous Meow Mix nights!
Since those not-so-humble beginnings The Pole Man has hosted and performed in sold-out shows at Just For Laughs, won multiple competitions in Provincetown, has courted the ladies from the stages of Fierté Montréal and Halifax Pride, and has firmly solidified his title as “The Pantie Whisperer” at all the best parties in Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Halifax, Boston, Vermont, Philadelphia and Rhode Island. NKP’s queerly unique dick-shtick and hilarious lyrical takes on our favorite songs has earned him adoring fans around the world, and a large collection of… souvenirs.
Nat King Pole’s alter ego, Nathalie Théorêt is a licensed practical nurse by day and a stage performer at heart. She’s been singing on stages throughout Québec and Ontario since she was 8 years old and is the former front woman of the 80s rock group One Track Mind. After what seemed like a lifetime of goaltending in the Québec women’s hockey league, Nat decided to finally start scoring instead by turning to her second love, singing.