Cheyenne Jackson Stars In “Dragula,” Which Focuses On Emotional Dysfunction And Self-Esteem Issues

Barry-Film-Still-1I wish I could have met Dragula (not the Rob Zombie song) in high school.

The short film starring Cheyenne Jackson, Bobby Bostwick and Missy Pyle is described as such:

“A high school senior who overcomes his emotional dysfunction and self-esteem issues when he unwittingly meets Dragula.”

What could go wrong there? He descends into the underworld of drag culture and we’re only assuming finds himself in the process.

It’s being screened as part of the Lower East Side Film Festivals “gay night” on Friday, June 13th in New York, and the evening looks like it has much to offer.

Rooftop pool party at 60 LES, drag for dayz and and an open bar.

It’s the perfect opportunity to feel cultured while partying your ass off. High brow meets low brow meets high brow, seeing as another advertised draw is “most likely some shirtless men.”

But it’s a film festival, so it’s classy, right?

You can find more info including tickets here, and head here to see the full festival lineup.

Here’s the Kickstarter video for Dragula, which was clearly successful seeing as it’s now in the can ready to screen:

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