Drag queen Kylie Mooncakes’ face contorts with emotion as she performs at the Wing Luke Museum House Party on September 17, 2022. Photo by Ronnie Estoque.

On September 17, the Wing Luke Museum hosted their “Multiversal Magic” House Party, inspired by the blockbuster movie “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” Event attendees showed up in bold costumes to enjoy the various planned activities for the evening, which included a writer’s slam, film screenings, drag performances, dancing, and runway. The event sold out at 300 tickets, and the event was emceed by Mane Tuia’Ana of UTOPIA Washington.

All photos by Ronnie Estoque.

All the runway contestants line up for a second round of walks. Photo by Ronnie Estoque
The crowd cheers for the various runaway contestants to decide who advances to the final round. Photo by Ronnie Estoque
Drag queen ViperFengz, raises her hand up high during the performance. Photo by Ronnie Estoque
The top runway performers pose for a photograph together. Photo by Ronnie Estoque.
The crowd cheers as local dance group Massive Monkees performs. Photo by Ronnie Estoque
Local dance crew Massive Monkees wrapped up the evening with their choreography. Photo by Ronnie Estoque

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