Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

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    Off Broadway!




Priscilla, Queen of the Desert

opened in Chicago this week at  the new space of Pride Films and Plays, 4139 North Broadway @ Buena.


(L-R: Averis I. Anderson, Matthew Huston, Maiko Terazawa, Parker Guidry, John Cardone, Honey West, Luke Meierdiercks, Jordan Phelps, Aaron C. Reynolds, Roy Samra, Erin Renee Baumrucker , Britt-Marie Sivertsen. All photos by Paul Goyette)

This Musical is  such a fun, heartwarming, uplifting  show – and it is executed so well by this excellent ensemble!  It’s   truly   a  MUST SEE SHOW.  It is so wonderful to be able to see such a great production in an intimate theatre  space!


It follows the adventure of three friends, Tick, Bernadette and Adam, a glamorous Sydney-based performing trio who agree to take their show to the middle of the Australian outback. They hop aboard a battered old bus (nicknamed Priscilla) searching for love and friendship and end up finding more than they ever could have ever dreamed of.

With a dazzling array of John Nasca costumes and a hit parade of dance floor favorites including “It’s Raining Men,” “I Will Survive,” Hot Stuff,” “Go West,” “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun,” and “I Love the Nightlife,” this wildly funny and touching musical is a journey to the heart of FABULOUS!

Based on the smash-hit movie of the same name, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert enjoyed a 16-month run on Broadway.

Honey West, Jordan Phelps, and Luke Meierdiercks lead a cast of 16 all-stars, and Music Director Robert Ollis will lead a band of 5! David Zak and Derek Van Barham co-direct, with choreography by Jon Martinez.

(Miss Understanding & the boys Top: Aaron C. Reynolds, Middle Row: John Cardone, Roy Samra, Bottom Row: Parker Guidry, Averis I. Anderson, Matthew Huston. All photos by Paul Goyette)

TICKETS-Regular performances are on Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7:30
and Sunday at 3:30 to February 12. There are Wednesday performances on February 1 and 8.

10% of  seats are $10 access tickets for actors, students artists, seniors and others who cannot afford the general admission price. Once the show has opened, reserved center seat tickets are $40 and site seat general admission tickets are $30.