Gritty. Dirty. Nasty. While on stage this last Friday night at Precinct DTLA, these were the words chosen by drag stars the Boulet Brothers to describe their staple of the Downtown LGBTQ club scene, Queen Kong. Those may not be the usual adjectives one would want to describe a party, but considering the opening theme to the pair’s hit reality TV competition The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula exclaims, “Drag, Filth, Horror, Glamour,” I think “gritty, dirty and nasty” seems pretty on brand as well. (Jeremy Lucido) For those living under a rock and unfamiliar with the Boulet Brothers, they’ve been bringing their alternative form of drag — which is far more dark and horror-inspired than, say, most of the drag seen on RuPaul’s Drag Race — to the L.A. nightlife scene for years. We went through some of their history in our history of drag nightlife and spotlight on the duo for our DragCon issue this past May. This last Friday night, the Queen Kong party both served as a celebration for its four-year anniversary as well as the final party ever, with a lineup of some talented drag queens and a surprise performance from the Boulet Brothers themselves. “We look… Read full this story
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