Throughout the series, Velour emphasizes that drag is all about transformation, and NightGowns serves as a necessary reminder that, by thinking outside the Drag Race box, a true drag superstar can come from anywhere.
[Nightgowns] at least has an informative structure, highlighting each act bite by bite, giving us a rousing performance at the end of every installment. It's a mini-documentary that could live anywhere, really, but exists on Quibi just fine.
Eye-catching and surprisingly deep, this docuseries about a long-running Brooklyn drag show digs underneath the makeup and outrageous costumes to entertain compelling questions about gender and queerness.
Plenty to love in this colorful dive into the making of Sasha Velour's iconic drag revue, offering welcome insight into the hard work and creativity that goes into each performance, and spotlighting the drag queens and kings behind the show.
The quibi features interview segments showing the heart and soul that goes into it all while rehearsals show the the hard work involved, but it's the performances themselves that really deliver for fans.
They take drag to a deeper, more artistically-satisfying level than Michelle Visage is going to demand on RuPaul's Drag Race, and they feel as educational and nourishing as Velour keeps reminding you she is. T