Society / The Seen

Raucous Drag Show in Montrose Carries a Meaningful Message

A Wild Time and Vital Funds Raised

BY // 08.11.19
photography Daniel Ortiz

What: Legacy Community Health “Mint Julep” drag show fundraiser

Where: Rich’s Nightclub in Montrose

PC Moment: So many high moments. What can you say when Domenic Cusano and the “Fabulous Miss Ginger Grant” emcee the eclectic, electric show starring “Wonders,” “Mona Lott Gill,” “Tequila Sheila,” “Clubby Christopher Prado,” “Grecia Mentes Dooca” and “Kaye Sedilla.”

Yes, the afternoon bash was deliciously raucous but not without its meaningful undercurrent. The glittering midsummer dream was chaired by a trio  of friends — Tony Bravo, Yvonne Cormier and Linda Cantu — with the triad raising $70,000 for Legacy’s HIV/AIDS programs.

The fundraiser also honored Legacy supporters with Legacy CEO Katy Caldwell, chief development officer Chree Boydstun and presenting sponsor Elia Gabbanelli congratulating the Mint Julep Honorees. Taking bows for their support of Legacy were EPAH (Executive and Professional Association of Houston), Allison Thigpen and Laura Freeman, Gary Hammett and David LaDuke. 

Prior to the drag queen fête, supporters gathered for a kickoff party at the River Oaks home of Richard Werner and Tony Bravo.

PC Seen: Richard Werner, Liz and Andrew Stepanian, Rufus Cormier, Lizzy and Carter Perrin, Frank Billingsley and Kevin Gillard, Amanda Cloud, Linda Cantu, Brian McCulloch and Jeremy Garcia, Jani Lopez, Vince Pryor, Maria Casarella, Robert Wolff, Terri Menchaca, David Virgilio, Steve Locke, and Anthony Danzey.

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