2017 12 minutes
A funny and bittersweet letter of devotion and friendship written by an old drag queen.
A bittersweet letter is written by a Cape Coloured drag queen, Sandra Dee to her best friend, Samantha Fox celebrating their complicated 40-year friendship. In a funny and poignant journey through their shared memories, Sandra Dee reminisces about their struggle to survive the Apartheid regime and the adventures that befell them because of their color and their transgender identity. In South Africa up to 1994; it was illegal to be a drag queen or masquerade as the opposite sex. The drag queens live in the shanty town of a Cape Coloured gangland called Hanover Park and involve themselves in community work and establishing a Miss Gay Legend pageant for the over forty generation of drag queens.
Companies involved in this production
- A CLEVER LITTLE MONKEY COMPANY