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Eugene Performs Drag In His First Local Show

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Cheyenne Pepper is back, hunty! Eugene returns to drag for his mother Mayhem Miller's birthday where he works his first local drag show and learns how to be a fierce host and performer in the club scene.

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Official Try Guys Photos
By Mandee Johnson Photography | @mandeephoto

2nd Try, LLC STAFF
Executive Producer - Keith Habersberger
Executive Producer - Ned Fulmer
Executive Producer - Zach Kornfeld
Executive Producer - Eugene Lee Yang
Producer - Rachel Ann Cole
Producer - Nick Rufca
Production Manager - Alexandria Herring
Editor - Devlin McCluskey
Editor - YB Chang
Editor - Elliot Dickerhoof
Assistant Editor - Will Witwer
Social Media Manager - Allison Bagg
Camera Operator - Miles Bonsignore
Sound Operator - Kasiemobi Udo-okoye
Production Assistant: Sam Johnson

ADDITIONAL CREW

Camera Operator - Daryl Gilmore
Sound Operator - Fernando Padron

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