What A Drag follows Preston, a brazen cross dresser, and Ben, a hit or miss entertainer, as they explore the crazy she-nanigans life tosses at them.
What A Drag, another LGBTQIA+ parody web series will make a big appearance October 30,2021, featuring Prescott Seymour (Also known by their renowned drag persona “Sutton Lee Seymour”) and John Wascavage (author/maker) as the series leads.
Concerning the series
What A Drag follows Preston, a brazen cross dresser, and Ben, a hit or miss entertainer, as they explore the crazy she-nanigans life tosses at them. From cosmetics setbacks to dating horrible online media powerhouses to a catching off-guard clinical analysis, these two sovereigns make lemon dump martinis out of lemons as they untuck the force of “discovered family.”
In light of genuine occasions, the comedic series investigates the boundless force of the fine art of drag inside the strange local area. In a period where drag has never been more standard, What A Drag strips back the drape and spotlights in on one of Drag’s most enchanted viewpoints: its capacity to mend.
Featuring Prescott Seymour (“Preston”) and John Wascavage (“Ben”), with bearing by Michael Bello and shot by Milliron Studios, the series additionally includes Waseem Alzer (“We Live In Cairo”), Amy Keum (“Evil,” “KPOP”), Jeremy Pasha (“The Cadaver Synod: A Pope Musical”), and Destinee Rea (“Book of Mormon,” “TINA”).
What A Drag was made conceivable by an award from City Artist Corps and NYFA.
John Wascavage (“Ben”/Writer/Creator) has been seen Off-Broadway in “I Spy A Spy” and in the National Tour/Canadian Premiere of “Homicide For Two.” He has worked at probably the most prestigious provincial auditoriums the country over and is additionally known for his various internet based viral recordings earning over 1,000,000 perspectives. John composed and featured in his own dramatic clasp analysis series “SMASH’d,” delivered by The Stage Network.
Prescott Seymour (“Preston”) AKA “Sutton Lee Seymour,” has played out all around the world with Atlantis Events and holds a yearly residency at The Palm Cabaret in Puerto Vallarta. Prescott’s exhibitions as Sutton Lee has procured him a Glam Award just as an assignment for a Mac Award! Prescott has showed up Off-Broadway in “Bunnicula” which flaunts a Book by Charles Busch and got an Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best Family Show. Other NYC credits remember exhibitions for The New York Fringe Festival and NYMF. Seymour’s provincial auditorium credits incorporate different works by Charles Busch including “The Lady in Question,” and “The Divine Sister,” and furthermore “Urinetown,” “Nightclub,” and “Cinderella.