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This was absolutely the BEST I had to laugh all not and the things he said were just so true. LOL
Reviewed by Rike B.
07 February 2021
Greatest of all time
“Greatest of all time”
Jus FANTASTIC ENJOYED EVERY MINUTE DEAN AT HIS BESTEST👏🏼😘💐
Reviewed by Judy M.
05 February 2021
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Review by Lian Virginal | 31 January 2021

If you are looking for the most honest drag princess around, look no further than Dean Misdale where life being a drag is meant to uplift.

Definitely catering to the lesbian*gay*transgender community, this performance at the “all welcome anyway” venue at the Court Hotel inspires the audience to dress to impress because Dean Misdale sure is, as always.

She graces the intimate stage of the Red Room with authenticity, humor, and humility and opens by announcing her love for the audience which was a complete mix of people’s first time at a drag show to loyal long time fans. 

So, if this crowd is any indication, Dean Misdale may be anyone’s best bet for a first time drag experience - to dip one’s toe in the pool of drag, if you will.
Whether you are single, in a couple, or group, this is a performance sure to please.

Svelte as ever, drag princess Dean Misdale of Proud Performance group wows the crowd with song, dance, and heartfelt authentic accounts from her real life.

She is down to Earth and reminds everyone in the audience that, if life is a drag, then
Divas
Rise
Above
Genders!

Drag is re-defined and constantly re-invented with Dean Misdale. She sings live with no band, in between her version of genius stand up comedy. If the slit on her skirt were any higher, this show would no longer be appropriate for all ages.

Still, Dean is totally relatable; she is the drag princess with whom you will empathize, what with her tales of trying to relate to her father or cope with Covid 19 and the job market or dating.

And if you are a fan of the Queen inspired musical “We Will Rock You,” you will be happy to learn that she does perform a song from that show in which she stars.

“Life’s A Drag” is already sold out but you can still catch her other FRINGE WORLD performance “DIVAS - The Drag Revue: Fierce & Fabulous” which, as a lesbian, I am excited to also review as the only official Fringefeed reviewer!