Jameson Tabard is a novelist and playwright from Orlando, FL. He holds a BA and MA in English and is currently a professor in the Creative Writing Master of Fine Arts program at Full Sail University. He studied and performed Shakespeare at Shakespeare's Globe Theater in London, where he learned that Renaissance theater was just an excuse for queens to dress like queens.
Jameson has an unhealthy appreciation of the male physique, antiquated pop culture, and architectural relics. While he is a charming guy, he pales in comparison to fabulous queens he has birthed on paper.
In this modern update of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Scottish drag queen, Latrine Dion does whatever it takes to win the title of Grand Dame. Latrine needs the title to establish herself in the U.S. Drag World. Her husband Peyton wants the $100,000 prize money to jump-start their American Dream. Urged on by Peyton, Latrine orchestrates little accidents to incapacitate the competition.