The Changing Face of DragThe Changing Face of Drag

Drag may be more mainstream than ever in 2018, but here in the Bay Area, the art form has long been part of the LGBTQ liberation movement and a key feature of queer nightlife culture. The Changing Face of Drag, a KQED Arts story series, profiles five diverse drag performers who use their ingenuity and talent to advocate for their communities, rethink the gender binary and add sparkle to everyday life.

Prepping for Art Basel, Toxic Waste Face Bring Mind-Melting Drag to The Stud

The Kinsey Sicks Take on Trump with Irreverent 'Things You Shouldn't Say'

For The One and Only Rexy, the Best is Yet to Come

KQED Unearths Rare Video of San Francisco Drag in the '60s

Nicki Jizz's Daring Drag Puts Performers of Color in the Spotlight

Bearded Drag Queen Trangela Lansbury Paints Herself into a Comic Universe

Juanita MORE!, Beloved Drag Mother, is Queering San Francisco Politics

Drag King Jay Mercury Defies Machismo with Body Rolls and Sombrero Pasties

A KQED Arts Series, 'The Changing Face of Drag'