The flamboyant world of drag
Presenting a new episode of the web series for seniors We’re All In This Together
July 15, 2021
Don’t miss the next episode of We’re All In This Together this Friday, July 16, as the series goes behind-the-scenes of The Flamboyant World of Drag with Barbada, at Montreal’s legendary Cabaret Mado!
Sébastien Potvin (a.k.a. Barbada) is a music teacher by day and famed drag queen by night, who shares his deep knowledge of drag that includes make-up tips, how to develop a drag character, a sizzling live performance and his passion to promote inclusivity and accepting differences with children and the community!
Sébastien Potvin (a.k.a. Barbada)… shares his deep knowledge of drag that includes make-up tips, how to develop a drag character, a sizzling live performance and his passion to promote inclusivity…
Each bi-weekly episode of the 18-episode web series, directed by Montreal-based award-winning filmmaker Bobbi Jo Hart, features entertainment, activities and conversations designed to connect with those in need of support and empathy with a gentle reminder that we are, indeed, all in this together.
Episodes released so far can easily be found on the We’re All In This Together YouTube channel and Facebook page and are available for anyone to enjoy.
This is also a great opportunity to take a moment to assure that the seniors around you can access the Internet so that they can take advantage of all the online resources available to them.
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