In the '70s, actor/singer Harris Glenn Milstead introduced New York City theater audiences to his unforgettable drag persona Divine. As glamorous as she was trashy, Divine charmed her way into the hearts of subversive cinema goers ? portraying iconic characters in the early guerilla films of childhood friend John Waters (walking a fine line between shockingly raunchy and oddly endearing in Female Trouble, Polyester, Hairspray and the infamous Pink Flamingos ? where she proudly swallowed dog shit as Babs "The Filthiest Person Alive" Johnson). In addition to her film work, Divine released numerous popular dance records throughout the '80s. Though she died in 1988 from an enlarged heart at the young age of 42, Divine's delightfully unusual screen-presence continues to thrill bad taste-lovers of every generation. Don't miss Divine: Shoot Your Shot / Live at the Hacienda.