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Friday, June 24, 2011

Pride Friday's "Biggest Bestest Gayest Funnest Drag Show Sensation Ever!"

Posted By on Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 3:30 PM

TGIPF everybody! In case you don't have gay plans ...

The unGoogleable inheritor of the weekly Trannyshack art-drag scepter is known as Some Thing; each Friday at the Stud brings a new theme and matching semi-pun. It could be simple, such as Some Thing Good, or it could be A Lil' Sumptin' Some Thing, which is funny but what are you going to wear? Some Thing Pride is in the former category, yet has room for plenty of interpretation. The first show begins at 11, and this segment is titled Some Thing -- it's danger-drag; unexpected, experimental, postpunk, political, performance-arty stage shows. Take it away, Jorge at Some Thing Solid! Of course it's NSFW; it's also disgusting and therefore NSTWWE.

frameborder="0" allowfullscreen>The second show at midnight, Some Thing More, is hosted by Glamamore, sigh, the dreamy diva and queen of synchs -- her show is polished, practiced, and yet still, see above, a screaming good time. Also at this post-Tiara Sensation weekly evenement, a person can and does visit Haute Gloo's craft table, to make a tiara or other accessory (we once did-it-ourself upon a Barack Obama-themed diadem). Various documentation situations ensue, by which we mean there is usually a photo set on which to get shot.

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