LGBTQIA+ Oral History Archives

Natasha Noir Nightly / Sol Lane Wagner

Natasha, a local DRAG performer and activist, describes the role of ballet and DRAG in their life and in the community.

Interview Date:  June 9, 2020

Interviewer:  Tina M White

Interview Length (HH:MM): 01:03

Topics Covered: Coming Out / Early Experiences | Equity & Justice - Race | LGBTQ through Art | Moving to the South / WNC | Violence / Bullying / Coercion | Weddings

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Natasha Preinterview material | Lane Wagner/Natasha Noir Nightly’s Coming Out Story | Bullying, moving to Asheville, and introduction to drag | Natasha speaks about Lane doing ballet and how drag has changed | Race in drag, marriage equality, Pride, and doing weddings

Outline of the Interview

Lane Wagner/Natasha Noir Nightly's Coming Out Story | Bullying, moving to Asheville, and introduction to drag | Natasha speaks about Lane doing ballet and how drag has changed | Race in drag, marriage equality, Pride, and doing weddings

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