Rhea Litre found a way to keep performing during the COVID-19 lockdown
Posted by David Reddish on March 23, 2020 7:28 pm
Originally From: Queerty
Tags: Ad Friendly, Drag Queens & Entertainers, Dragaholic, Entertainment, Feature, quarantinequeen, rhea litre, the queerty interview
Nobody can keep a good queen down.
For proof, look no further than Rhea Litre, fixture of the West Hollywood drag scene. In a time of global pandemic–in which bars and clubs have shuttered, thus depriving drag queens of their audiences and livelihoods–Litre refuses to admit defeat. Last week, she launched #QuarantineQueen, a new, online drag show that puts drag artists back to work, and gives their audiences something to look forward to.
Litre has assembled a broad spectrum of queens and taken her act to Instagram live. Each week, she will present two drag shows in which drag artists can perform a virtual act, and give viewers an opportunity to tip. Not only does this innovation allow drag queens to continue their creative outlet
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