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Flawless Sabrina produced their first drag show in 1959 and over the decades that followed, continued to perform and serve as mother and mentor to hundreds of artists and musicians, and countless more people who visited them in their salon/home on the upper east side. In 1967, Jack Doroshow, aka Flawless Sabrina, produced a legendary drag pageant at The Town Hall. It was documented in the film, "The Queen," which was selected for Cannes Film Festival in 1968 and came to be regarded as a landmark of queer culture.
Last fall, on November 18, Flawless Sabrina passed away at the age of 78. To celebrate her life, The Town Hall will feature a screening of the film, “The Queen,” followed by musical tributes by Taylor Mac, Justin Vivian Bond, The House of Labeija and more, paying homage to a New York City icon, mentor and mother.
Doors open at 7:30pm.