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15th Anniversary Drag Brunch

This year, the Center is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary with a drag brunch fundraiser featuring prominent local performers and amateurs from the campus community!

RSVP on Eventbrite or stay updated with the Facebook event!

 

Naomi Dix has been gracing North Carolina with her presence since 2014. A member of the prestigious House of Coxx family, she performs monthly at The Pinhook in Durham and was the first queen to bring drag to Cat's Cradle in Carrboro where she produces and hosts her own show. She can also be seen performing at countless events and venues across North Carolina including Legends Nightclub (Raleigh) and Caza Nightclub (Raleigh). Naomi has earned her title as Miss Gay NC Hispanidad 2017 and was first runner up for Miss NC EOY 2018. Her innovation and sheer creativity make her a standout entertainer. Naomi commands the stage and captivates audience members, regardless of the event. Giving you a sexy, sensual, and fierce stage presence and out of the box performances, she effortlessly demands the attention of those who watch her.

 

Stormie Daie - is the 4th oldest of the house of Coxx and her name does hint at her whirlwind choreography and elctrifying personality. 5 years young and an NC native, Stormie is the Hostess, Emcee, and founding queen of Alamance Pride and co-host for all House of Coxx productions, under mama Vivica C. Coxx. #ShocksandKisses my Stormie Chasers!

 

Spray J is the South's favorite drag king with a PhD. He has performed in cities across the nation from Chapel Hill to Seattle, and is known for his characteristic pizzazz, panache, and pep. Spray J is the founding patriarch of the House of Coxx, and is proud to perform with HoC regularly at the Pinhook in Durham.

 

Young, fierce, and fabulous! This Drag Queen is always up for a good time! A queen that knows how to have fun and throw some shade while she's at it!

 

Peaches Keen is a beginner queen. She has made only a few appearances in drag. She’s very excited to explore her persona and she’s a performer at heart. She’d like to thank the LGBTQ center for allowing her to live her fantasy. 

Linda Hand is a full-time student and occasional drag queen still trying to figure herself out. The LGBTQ Center has been an essential part of her Carolina experience and drag debut—this will be only her second public appearance. 

 

By popular demand, Shadow Phoenix is taking to the stage for the first time in years! We promised students that Shadow would perform only if tickets were sold out - and your sharing made that happen.