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To say these last few months have been a hard time for performers would be an understatement.
As the coronavirus pandemic really took hold around March, and government-mandated lockdowns saw businesses shuttered, artists and performers took a big hit. Musicians found their tours cancelled. Art exhibitions were postponed. And drag queens found themselves without a stage.
So, like many performers during this time, some took it online, including Atlanta-born, Los Angeles-based drag queen and Dragula Season 2 winner Biqtch Puddin’, who ran the first ever digital drag show on Twitch in late March. Read more…