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Spit Shine celebrates the art of spoken word lip-sync

Gendermess Productions are presenting an all-new event at Connections Nightclub, observing the drag performance art of the spoken word lip-sync.

The production company behind multiple award-winning fringe performances including Messy Friends (pictured), Split Lip and Mache are paring things back with this unique drag development program.

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Four artists have been challenged by Gendermess’ lead creative Ginava to develop, polish and present a theatrical lip-sync that uses only spoken word dialogue, rather than sung vocals.

Rising local drag stars Impulse Kuntrol, Beau Pash, Brenda Wee and Dakota Howard have been honing their skills under Ginava’s expert tutelage and now they’re ready to show you what they can do!

Spit Shine will be at Connections Nightclub on Saturday 6 July. Head to Facebook for more.

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