The news broke last week that iconic drag club Lucky Cheng's would shut its doors forever with a last hurrah dance party on Saturday during Pride weekend. We sent photographer Ellen Moynihan to give the gals one final glamor shot and document the end of an era in the city's drag history. While there, a manager revealed a possible Hail Mary for the club, telling us it "might not be closing," while on stage one of the drag queens dismissed the closing as a rumor.

Sadly, it seems that plan has fellen through, as Jeremiah Moss notes that the club has posted the following notice on its Reservations page:

After 21 years of entertaining and feeding the masses, we sadly close our doors following the death of our owner Hayne Suthon and her long battle with breast cancer.

We thank you for celebrating your birthdays, bachelorette parties, Girls Night Out, and gatherings. Many of you would celebrate your Sweet Sixteen with us and return years later to celebrate your Bachelorette Party. Again, thank you for letting us be a part of your life.

We reached out for a final death knell straight from the source and we'll update if we here back. For now, it looks like this was Lucky Cheng's swan song. Click through for scenes from the final drag show and some (slightly depressing) shots of the sparse crowd at the late-night dance-and-stripper party.