Article Title:Quickfire Q&A: The Drag Kings
Category:Performance
Author or Credit:Jacqui Stanford with The Drag Kings
Published on:26th May 2014 - 09:35 am
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:15144
Text:The Drag Kings are back! The Drag Kings are back! We can’t think of anything better to get you through the start of the week than some wise (read ridiculous) words from this troupe, who are bringing RES-Erection to the stage at Fringe Bar on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Buy tickets here Andy aka Pussygirl How did you choose your drag name? It originated from working on my first comedy skit in the D/Kings troupe (12+ years ago) I had to channel a unlikely, preposterous ‘inner’ Super Hero character and the leopard print clad PUSSYGRRL was born. She could leap tall fur-balls with a single pounce! I do a lot of Faux Queen drag -) What’s your signature move? Everything I do that’s not spoken. What’s your favourite pick-up line? Honestly. I don’t have one. Pick up lines are too easy...I mean too sleazy. I leave that to Tony Al Dente. His lines are enough to put me off pick-up lines for life! Who would you most love to give a drag king makeover? President Vladimir Putin’s partner Jacqui Stanford with The Drag Kings - 26th May 2014    
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