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Web Series (Season) 27 minutes
Drag Heals season 4 episode 1 'Ain't She Sweet'
Genres: Documentary and Reality
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Drag Heals season 4 episode 1 'Ain't She Sweet'
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Drag Heals season 4 episode 1 'Ain't She Sweet'
A new group of Kings, Queens, and Monarchs begin crafting their personal stories into a stage show by asking themselves, "What was a pivotal moment in my life and how did I change because of it?" Tracey Erin Smith spends time with her mom, Jodi in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

Drag Heals is a hybrid stage workshop and documentary TV series that follows six drag artists over an intensive month long workshop to build their own show. In each workshop, a guest coach joins stage director Tracey Erin Smith in exploring soul-deep story sharing techniques as well as the unique talents and skills required from a drag performer.

Over the course of the intensive workshops and story crafting, the participants dive deep into their personal lives to unearth lessons learned and bring them back to the audience as a gift. They are both the pirate and the pirated, the island and treasure. The resulting stories are emotional and cathartic, both for the drag artists and the audience who share in the experience.
Perspectives: Asian-American, Black, LGBTQIA+, Women
Producers: Charlie DavidPhilip WebbTracey Erin SmithNico Stagias
From: Canada
Produced In: Canada
Directors: Charlie David
Writers: Charlie David Lubiniecki
Lead Actors: Tracey Erin Smith
Key Crew: Nico Stagias - Director of Photography

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