Love & Care Cabaret 

Don’t miss our BIPOC 2SIndigiqueer Performances Night!

October 15 at 8pm EST on ICC Youtube account – Click here to watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWgDk3ccjYA&feature=youtu.be

 

Hailey Tayathy

Hailey Tayathy is a member of the Quileute Nation and Seattle’s premier Native American drag queen. Tayathy uses their queer Native experiences to inform their unique brand of drag. They aim to bring healing to Indigenous communities and to show everyone that Indigiqueers are still here and are stronger and more beautiful than colonized minds can imagine.

Devery Bess

Devery Bess has come a long way, with 9 years of performance and 15 years dance experience. Born and raised in Montreal, they are now based in Calgary, Alberta. This international performer was awarded the title of Miss Twisted 2016 and has performedat World Pride TO, Interpride, Fierte, Vancouver Pride, Vancouver Dyke March, Calgary Pride, Queen City Pride, Ottawa Pride, Toronto Pride, Red Deer Pride, Jasper Pride, Femme Wave, Sexapolooza, Austin International Drag Festival, Calgary International Burlesque Festival, Edmonton International Burlesque Festival, and shows in New Orleans, Montreal, Halifax, and many more. They host a Drag variety night at Twisted Element pub in Calgary, produce a monthly all ages and QTBIPOC focused show called Reverse Racism, and are one of the cofounders of the production company Ctrl Alt Drag.

 

Feather Talia

Feather is a 2 spirit Drag Queen who resides in Winnipeg Manitoba and has been doing drag for almost 6 years. She is the pride of Muskowekwan First Nation, and represents her culture within her performances. She has won titles, shown her talents on different kinds of platforms. Since newer to Winnipeg, Feather has been given the title: Indigiqueer drag Comedian. She is here to bring you some sass, yet stupid entertainment! She will either have you gagged with her stunts  or your  guts hurting from laughter! Feather is the Mother of the House of Wolves and Queens.

 

Midnight Wolverine

Also known as Mx.Wolverine, Midnight Wolverine is Tkaronto’s midnight tease, trickster and shapeshifter. They are a Dene/Métis indigiqueer burlesque and drag performer using their 2spirit identity to politicize and sexify stages everywhere, bringing Indigenous representation and narrative nationally across stages such as the Fierce Queer International Burlesque Festival, Bagel Burlesque Expo Montreal, Asinabka Festival, Pride Toronto and Pride Yukon. Fierce and unapologetic, they have also been featured on CBC Gem Canada’s A Drag Season 3 and CBC q with Tom Power. Watch out, they bite!  

 

Quanah Style

Quanah Style is Canada’s most infamous 2-spirit trans recording artist and house music diva. From coast to coast, there are few dance floors who haven’t felt her presence. After a brilliant run of singles on Wet Trax, Quanah became a festival fixture, performing her anthemic hits with vogue dance crew House of La Douche. Music videos for songs such as her debut single ‘Beat of My Heart’ and ‘Give Me Life’ showcased Quanah’s undeniable star-quality. Her incredible stage presence, signature vocals, and inspirational story led her to become the subject of several documentaries produced by CBC Arts, World of Wonder Productions, APTN and Vice Magazine. She has opened for Peaches, Bif Naked, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and Brooke Candy and more.

RainbowGlitz

RainbowGlitz is one of Virago’s Nations founding members and Vancouver’s Rainbow slut that spreads her  love medicine in a mix of classic, nerdlesque, exotic dance and pussy cat doll hip hop movement. This Haida, Squamish, musqueam and black artist will leave you wanting to throw your pot of gold at the end of her rainbow. 

Shea Muah

Kwe’ from Shea. Shea Muah (a play on words from the French expression “Chez moi” meaning “my home”) reigns from the city of love, Paris, and left the Moulin Rouge after her darling Pierre asked another performer “voulez-vous coucher avec moi?” Fleeing in rage, she began living on the French Riviera, starring in La Cage aux folles for one night only – as the star was destined for world domination… and perhaps she was a bit too “folle” for La Cage. Recently installed in Saint Jean, Terre Neuve, she takes to the stage to belt out power ballads, reimagine Broadway performances, find her lumière, and spread her French charm across this beautiful province. Her performances channel passion, humeur, and amour, in an attempt to always tell the audience a story. She has many chapters of her life to come; this is but the prologue.

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