Picture David Bowie, home alone, listening to Rent. Bored, he closes his eyes, dips hand into trou, and starts to finger what he finds. Now, imagine what Bowie would be imagining. That's Spencer Brown, the glam, gorgeous marvel of late-period Late Night Theatre. He's a scene-stealing force of nature who straddles each song and crotch-rockets to glory.At his Bar Natasha showcase, he at last had a stage to himself, but — humble even while being coronated — he kept inviting other drag and cabaret luminaries to share it. Together, they reveled. For all his talent and energy, what might be most compelling about Brown is this friendly excitability. Onstage, he's living out his dreams, and he never forgets this — or stops trying to top them.