Felicity Frockaccino is an internationally recognised drag performer & host, raised in Ōtaki on the Kāpiti Coast of Ngai Tahu descent. Returning from Sydney, Australia, where she quickly rose to precedence; Felicity has hosted some of Australasia’s biggest events; including Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Fair Day & previously the Wellington International Pride Parade.
Felicity brings to WIPP 15 years of drag expertise, aroha, joy and enthusiasm often replicated but never duplicated; making Felicity one of Australasia’s finest contemporary drag entertainers.
Founder/Co Chair for the Wellington International Pride Parade, Amanduh la Whore enthusiastically brings years of National and International Drag experience to this cast of Ladies.
With quick rhetoric, she is that “Exclusivity” and elegance personified AMEN!
Having been born and raised in Upper Hutt, Mia Slapper is an “old school gender illusionist” and former Miss Drag Wellington 2004. Over the course of her two-decade professional drag career. Mia has progressed into becoming a long-serving diva in New Zealand’s fiercely competitive corporate drag scene and in the process managed to become an international award-winning star of stage and screen.
Having held long term residencies at various clubs, pubs and restaurants across New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific, Mia is now launching and producing WIPP’s new fundraising shows which are starting December 6, 2020. Mia brings her extensive show production history to the forefront with our innovative new plan to provide an opportunity to guarantee the ongoing success of the future parades.
Producing “Queens with a Cause”, please let WIPP introduce our Leader and Conductor, Ms Mia Slapper.
Sweet, charming, and flirty, Ellie Kat is one of the capital’s best and most experienced drag performers. She has been performing for a decade and a half. This multi-award-winning international performer brings a unique blend of grace, beauty, and entertainment to the stage.
She’s out! Ready to pose, make noise, and DANCE!
Chai AKA Dirty Chai.
Since making her official debut at Wellington Pride 2020, Coca Cola stage. Chai has been evolving, curating her own pathway through drag. Formerly trained dancer and vocalist, Chai brings a unique flair and presence to the bright lights of the city’s nightlife and stage.
Claire Voyant, an American with a Kiwi heart. Claire has proceeded to go beyond eccentric drag makeup and instead create unbelievable forms of her craft, this is seen from her makeup artistry, strong depth in an outfit presentation and a soft lavish aesthetic that perfectly supports the Voyant title. A House of Drag Season 2 finalist who made every moment count, serving references in anime, gaming, and pop culture; switching it around and making it into a stunning ensemble with intricate detail. Recently Claire has been transforming into recognizable drag performers in New Zealand that has been well developed, this done with the gorgeous and talented Carolina Bun (@carolinabun) Instagram. Both doing exceptional artistry to copy exact makeup and features of the queens they paint to themselves. Alone Claire always stays in sync when performing, becoming a bright star on stage, on camera and on top. Showcasing her flow and body movements for an audience to enjoy. The extent of Claire’s love for other performers is large, always rooting people on by demonstrating her own way to support. Watch this witch enchant the stage and keep up with her craft on Instagram. (the_claire_voyant)