Priscilla Queen of the Desert Broadway Show
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Priscilla Queen of the Desert on Broadway
The beloved 1994 Australian film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert is now a fabulous musical starring Will Swenson (Hair). Already a hit in both Sydney in London, Priscilla is finally making its way to Broadway's Palace Theatre.
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Priscilla Queen of the Desert is currently playing at the following Broadway Theatre:
Three friends - two drag queens, and one transsexual - get into an old lavendar bus (called Priscilla) and go on an adventure in the Australian outback.
C. David Johnson
James Brown III
Nathan Lee Graham
J. Elaine Marcos
Simon Phillips (Direction)
Ross Coleman (Choreography)
Lizzie Gardiner (Costume Design)
Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott (Authors)
Summary Based on the 1994 Aussie flick of the same name, this musical is about three friends (two are drag queens, and the other is a transsexual) who hop into old bus and go off on a fabulous adventure in the Outback.
Age Tweens and Up. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation Not as nuanced or warm as the film, the stage version of Priscilla Queen of the Desert focuses more on the camp. Strong performances by Tony Sheldon and Will Swenson lend the show some heart, but don't go expecting anything too clever because the dialogue is chock full of bad puns and lame gay jokes. However, if you go to enjoy fabulous costumes and a killer soundtrack (Madonna and Cyndi Lauper figure prominently), you're likely to have a lotta fun.