Black Butterfly chronicles the true-life story of one of Savannah, Georgia's most talented female impersonators of the 1980s and 1990s. Joe Nathan Williams, under the name of Miss Tiffany Ross, performed in front of standing-room-only crowds night after night, and was welcomed and liked by all. February 1963, and the place is Savannah, Georgia, a small southern town the people refer to as "the Garden." A place where folklore and voodoo are still very much alive. Where being openly gay can cause you major problems. It is into this world that Joe Nathan is born. Like most kids in the Savannah ghetto, Joe Nathan and his younger sibling, Michael, grew up without a father. Michael longs for Joe Nathan to spend time with him like his friends' older brothers do. There seems to be no chance of that happening; Joe Nathan's interests are more along the lines of creating stained glass and nurturing an ever-growing butterfly collection.
Published: 17 August 2016
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