University Of Arkansas Dropped $10K On Virtual Drag Show For Students

University Of Arkansas Dropped $10K On Virtual Drag Show For Students


The University of Arkansas shelled out over $10,000 for a 60-minute Zoom drag performance for students. 

According to Campus Reform, the school spent a total of $11,050 for a “virtual drag show” that only 38 students attended. The event was hosted by the school’s University Programs and featured six local drag artists. 

A copy of the school’s contract shows that the school paid $10,000 to one drag performer alone, Jaida Essence Hall, who is best known for winning season 12 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. The additional $1,050 was given to drag queen Jeremy Stuthard

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The university’s Assistant Director of Strategic Communications Rebecca Morrison told Campus Reform that the funding came directly from student fees. 

Campus Reform reported: 

The dance portion of the show lasted less than an hour and included a wide range of performance styles. Performer Nikita Kakes danced to “Hush Hush” by The Pussycat Dolls, while Maddy Morphosis sang to a puppet during her performance of “Beauty and the Beast” from the

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