Drag show planned at Studio Bob

PORT ANGELES — Studio Bob will host a drag show at 8 p.m. Saturday.

Doors at the studio, at 118 1/2 E. Front St., will open at 7 p.m. before the curtain an hour later.

Admission is $15.

The show, Queens of the Damned, will feature Blake McCabe Paradisco Starr, Drew Paradisco Starr and Jessica Paradisco, all of Seattle, with special guest Aries (Angelo Joseph) of Port Angeles.

Only 50 people will be admitted.

Tickets are still available online at queensofthedamned.bpt.me or at Harbor Arts Gallery at 114 N. Laurel St. Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 will be required and will be checked at entry.

This event is for ages 18 and older. Refreshments will be available as well as beer and wine for those 21 and older.

Organizers describe the show’s stars.

Blake McCabe Paradisco Starr (Blake McCabe) will be the host. He is a conceptual drag performer and detailed designer and stylist who went to Seattle after graduating from Port Angeles High School.

Drew Paradisco Starr, the creator and mother of Haus of Paradisco, is a past Miss Gay Seattle, a past Miss Gay Washington and Olympia 47 of the Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle.

Jessica Paradisco Starr, the co-creator of Haus of Paradisco, is a Seattle native who performs Cosplay, Elvira, Reba, Britney, P!nk, Lana Del Rey, Avril Lavigne and many others. She is a past Queen of Hearts, Queen of the Seas, Miss Gay Seattle, Miss Gay Washington and Princess to Reign 47 of the Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle.

Aries, Port Angeles resident Joseph Angelo, is inspired by myths, legends and divas from every age and loves to tell a story on stage.

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