Orlando horror-drag family Black Haüs resumes their weekly Creature Feature night online


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You can't keep good queens down (especially when they're undead)! It does our cold hearts good to see that Orlando Weekly cover ghouls and horror-drag family Black Haüs have regrouped and relaunched their weekly Creature Feature drag night online.

The Black Haüs collective infuse their performances with a healthy dose of performance art, monstrous makeup and outfits and unorthodox song selections all converging for a truly unique effect.

Black Haüs Creature Feature happens tonight and every Tuesday for the near future at 8 p.m. on Black Haüs' Facebook page, YouTube Channel or Twitch page. Tip Generously.

You can also watch past episodes of the reality show Dragula – where Dollya and Victoria Elizabeth Black of Black Haüs held their own against peers from all around the country – on Amazon Prime.

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