Check out my One on One with Miss Conception!!!
Bruce: What inspired you to perform in drag?
Miss Conception: When I was a young boy at age 12, I dressed up as Belle from Beauty and the Beast and danced around my living room. My mom said “ Kev why couldn’t your sister be the girl” and my gay uncle said “ he makes a better one “ lol
When I was 19, I went to a gay bar and saw my first queens, JJ Murrey and Felicia. They we’re incredible, and people loved them, and I thought omg I could do this. So I met my drag mother Ricky Raunch and she put me in drag May 15 2000 and Miss Conception was born.
Bruce: How many years have you been performing?
Miss Conception: I will be going on 23 years of performing as Miss Conception
Bruce: Share with us some of your favorite highlights in your career.
Miss Conception: Some of the highlights are having the longest running Broadway show in Toronto at Woody’s. Being the opening act for Leslie Jordan from Will and Grace, Tony Award winner Jennifer Holiday, and Lorna Luft, Judy Garland’s daughter. Being able to perform on cruises around the world, and work in Provincetown Massachusetts and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico has been the most incredible experience.
Bruce: You are a very busy Drag Queen? Is it right to call you that?
Miss Conception: Yes, I am a Drag Queen but you can call me a live singing drag entertainer. I’m extremely busy and blessed and grateful. It’s important to always write new shows so that you’re always staying fresh.
Bruce: Tell us where we can see you perform.
Miss Conception: I’m at the pilgrim house in Provincetown Massachusetts from end of May to End of Septeptember every year, and January to April in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. You can also check missconception.com for my tour schedule.
Bruce: Thanks again for stopping by Bruce in the City. It’s always a pleasure!
Author Bruce Christopher
Editor Martin Rye
Hair by @PoloBlendz