Several brave souls pining for a slot in the legendary Armorettes lineup took to the floor Sunday at Midtown Moon.
This was the final round of auditions, which kicked off Saturday at Heretic.
The camp drag troupe has been raising money to fight HIV/AIDS for four decades, and this gave them an opportunity to keep that fight going with fresh talent.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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