Ep #15: Drag as Activism, Donald Trump, and Dragging out the Vote with Aurora Sexton

Ep #15: Drag as Activism, Donald Trump, and Dragging out the Vote with Aurora Sexton

  ABOUT TODAY’S DRAGGING OUT THE VOTE SPECIAL: We interrupt your regularly scheduled Monday morning for this very important announcement:   TOMORROW IS YOUR LAST DAY TO VOTE!   In this Dragging Out the Vote – The Drag Show Podcast Special, Brandi Amara Skyy sits down with Aurora Sexton and riffs on all things politics, the difference Read more about Ep #15: Drag as Activism, Donald Trump, and Dragging out the Vote with Aurora Sexton[…]

Halloween Special: Magic, Tarot, and Drag with Tatiana Mala-Niña

Ep #14: Halloween Special: Magic, Tarot, and Drag with Tatiana Mala-Niña

  ABOUT TODAY’S SHOW In our first Halloween special, I (Brandi Amara Skyy) chat with fellow brujx, magic/maker, and Texan Tatiana Mala-Niña about magic and tarot, her favorite divination tools and metaphysical stores, the mass-market appropriation of magic (like Starbucks’ Crystal Ball Frapp), and how all the above relates to drag. Tatiana spills the tea Read more about Ep #14: Halloween Special: Magic, Tarot, and Drag with Tatiana Mala-Niña[…]

The Drag Show Podcast Ep #13_ Dancing Queen Alyssa Edwards on Camp Tazo, Sacred Spaces, and Finding Her Power

Ep 13: Dancing Queen Alyssa Edwards on Camp TAZO, Sacred Spaces, and Finding Her Oz

  ABOUT TODAY’S SHOW Y’all this episode is HUGE. Not just because of this week’s guest Alyssa Edwards who just launched her new collaboration with TAZO Tea called Camp TAZO, but because this convo is of epic proportions. And the best part is that you don’t have to be a drag artist to appreciate and apply Read more about Ep 13: Dancing Queen Alyssa Edwards on Camp TAZO, Sacred Spaces, and Finding Her Oz[…]

Ep #12: Online Bullying, Performance Anxiety, & Self-Care in Drag with Lillith Grey Part II

  This is Part II of the amazing conversation with Lillith Grey. If you haven’t listened to the first part of this podcast from last week, we highly recommend that you do!  We had an amazing chat about mental health, trauma, and how we as performers work through our trauma on stage — whether we Read more about Ep #12: Online Bullying, Performance Anxiety, & Self-Care in Drag with Lillith Grey Part II[…]

Ep #11: Mental Health and Self Care in Drag with Lillith Grey Part I

In this week’s episode, we go deep into one of the biggest challenges our community faces – our mental health as performers and the trauma we perform and live with as queers – regardless if we are aware of our trauma or not. I knew this topic needed to be handled not only with care but Read more about Ep #11: Mental Health and Self Care in Drag with Lillith Grey Part I[…]

Ep #10: Werrrk.com – Building a Drag Media Empire with HBIC Chiffon Dior

This week Brandi Amara Skyy has her infamous annual conversation with friend and fellow empire builder Chiffon Dior, the HBIC (Head Bitch in Charge), founder, and creator of the highly sourced and heavily trafficked drag media site, Werrrk.com. In this week’s conversation, they talk inspiration, dreams (and making them a reality), and all the behind the Read more about Ep #10: Werrrk.com – Building a Drag Media Empire with HBIC Chiffon Dior[…]

Ep #09: Real & Raw with Brandi Amara Skyy reading from her book #WeAreDrag

This week Brandi Amara Skyy rolls solo in The Drag Show Podcast’s FIRST Real & Raw episode. In it, she talks about being vulnerable in public, the creative process and how it all relates back to drag. Plus she gives an exclusive peek (and read!) of the introduction of her book in progress, #WeAreDrag.    Read more about Ep #09: Real & Raw with Brandi Amara Skyy reading from her book #WeAreDrag[…]

Ep #05: Culturally Queer: Who gets to perform drag and why a deep 1st convo with Fauxnique

  ABOUT THE EPISODE This week’s guest and our conversation are decades in the making. From fangirling to the authenticity of drag (and finding one’s sense of it within drag) to Fauxnique’s identification of culturally queer to the hot-button topics of, Is drag misogynistic and Are female drag queens appropriating drag culture?, to TDSP’s 1st rapid-fire questions, this Read more about Ep #05: Culturally Queer: Who gets to perform drag and why a deep 1st convo with Fauxnique[…]

Ep #04: The evolution of drag with Edna Jean Robinson aka Richard Curtin

Does drag include girls who don’t have a penis? My answer is absolutely. The future wants her included and not only the future, the community at large wants her included. And the future wants the king included and the boys included and everyone who is participating in what we are doing in the drag community. Read more about Ep #04: The evolution of drag with Edna Jean Robinson aka Richard Curtin[…]