Mark Your Calendar: “Glitter Crash” drag and burlesque show spotlights disabled performers

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      Glitter Crash is not only a night of drag and burlesque—it’s a platform for disabled performers to showcase their talents and challenge the traditional boundaries of their art forms.

      In a pursuit to move towards equality and representation, Glitter Crash promises diverse performances and personal stories shared in an inclusive and safe space for all.

      “We are incredibly proud to present Glitter Crash, a burlesque show that celebrates the diversity and talent of disabled performers,” shares All The Way Mae, producer and founder of production company Twisted Tassels, in a statement. “Through this event, we hope to shatter stereotypes, challenge preconceptions, and inspire audiences to embrace inclusivity in all its forms.”

      The evening will be hosted by EmpoROAR Fabulous. Headliners are Lady Drew Blood from Washington State, as well as King Lotus Boy and Tas Ah-Ghul from California.

      King Lotus Boy.

      Tickets will be released soon; follow Twisted Tassels’ Instagram to stay up to date. 

      Glitter Crash

      When: July 13

      Where: The Cultch Historic Theatre