Annual drag show raises nearly $350 for Indy Pride

Photo by Thomas Maxwell.

Through door admission and stuffed dollar bills, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s sixth annual drag show raised $340.75 Thursday for Indy Pride, a nonprofit that produces events to educate, honor the history of LGBT communities and celebrate diversity in Indianapolis’ communities.

The show featured two professional drag queens, Petty Giuliana Poussey and Shady Couture, as well three student performers: sophomore Owen Schrock as Tatcha, junior Christian Bowling as Regina Valentine and senior Taylor Condre as MAXXX.

In a surprise performance, Financial Aid Director James Vincent-Dunn took the stage as Cherri Poppins.

Relive the performance by clicking through the gallery below. Photos by Thomas Maxwell.

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Thomas Maxwell is a photographer for The Franklin News. He is majoring in French and minoring in Spanish. He is passionate about the French language and literature, as well as fine art photography with a particular interest in images that tell a story. He has spent a year abroad in the South of France as well as a summer in the South of Spain, immersing himself in all things French and Spanish. He runs a small photography business specializing in everything from landscapes to weddings. When he is not working or studying, he enjoys a quiet night in with a glass of wine and a good book or Netflix.

This is Thomas’ first year on The Franklin staff.

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