The Southern Sisters is composed of five established Drag Queens based in South Australia. They possess decades of experience between them, are all well renowned performers and are part of good community networks.
The Southern Sisters know their audiences. With their varied experiences and versatility, a show can be catered towards a crowd’s best interests whilst the troupe members maintain their uniqueness and distinguished charm.
The Southern Sisters are keen to bring their colour and glamour to any area!
Kristina International (Crème), also recognised in the community as Andrew B, helped forefront The Southern Sisters venture due to a recognised demand for quality drag entertainment to the South of Adelaide and established, good working relationships with the other troupe members (having worked together under Crème de la Crème Productions). Kristina has personally performed across Australia and the World, recently at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and in July of this year an extended stay in Paris.
Rita Demore’e takes the microphone at shows as the Mistress of Ceremonies. With a larger than life look and a personality to match; she’s a natural comedienne and was hailed the Queen of Hindley Street’s West End during the reign of Crème de la Crème Productions’ regular drag cabarets along the street.
Miss Molly has set up home in many States, but has always found herself back in Port Noarlunga. She relishes the Southern lifestyle and is prominent in the community. She’s regarded as Adelaide’s “drag artiste extraordinaire” (The Advertiser).
Ali Holic has recently returned from living and working in Victoria. With an otherworldly command on stage, she’s down to Earth when it comes to having a postshow drink with audiences.
Cherry Poppins has stepped in as a Southern Sister at our upcoming events. She is well known as one of the resident drag queens at The Mars Bar throughout it’s final years and is keen to venture out with the Southern Sisters troupe.