DRAG QUEEN STOLE MY DRESS to Play FRIGID New York, 2/22-3/8
FRIGID New York Presents The Theatre Elusive's Production of Drag Queen Stole My Dress, written by Gillian English and directed by Chris Gibbs, starring Gillian English.
The show will play The Kraine Theatre, 85 East 4th Street (Between 2nd Ave and Bowery) New York, New York, February 22, 2013 through March 8, 2014.
February 22 at 8:25pm
February 24 at 5:30pm
February 27 at 10:15pm
March 2 at 12:30pm
March 4 at 7:05pm
March 8 at 5:15pm
Tickets are $15 or $12 for students/artsworkers/military/seniors. Tickets available at the door or online.
About Drag Queen Stole My Dress: "This one time I got a pre-emptive divorce. And this other time, a drag queen stole my dress. Let me tell about it: This is the story of knowing who are, forgetting who are, wondering who the hell you are, and yes that one time a drag queen stole my goddamn dress."
From the theatre company that brought you last year's award winning fringe hit, Love in the Time of Time Machines, (Official Hangover Selection & Audience Choice Award Winner, Frigid New York 2013; Best Visual Identity, Montreal Fringe 2013) comes a brand new solo show, Drag Queen Stole My Dress. This autobiographical tale from Toronto's Gillian English tells the story of love, loss, casino show girls, Australians and a solitary drag queen with kleptomania.
Cast and Crew Bios:
Chris Gibbs - Director
British-born comedian Chris Gibbs began his performance career in 1991, working as an acrobat on the streets of London. He's toured extensively as a stand-up comedian and improviser, written and performed five hit, award-winning one-man shows, was a regular guest on NBC's comedy series 'Howie Do It', has played at the Just For Laughs and the Winnipeg Comedy Festivals, starred in the Canadian indie feature 'Run Robot Run,' and is even a published author. He performs every Wednesday with The National Theatre of the World in Canadian Comedy Award-winning The Carnegie Hall Show.
Gillian English - Producer, Writer, Performer
Gillian English is the Artistic Producer and founder of The Theatre Elusive. Originally from Nova Scotia, Gillian trained in theatre at Dalhousie University and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).
A Toronto based performer; Gillian has headlined the London Big Comedy Go-To, and The Spring Fever Festival. In the past, Gillian has been featured by the CBC, CTV, The National Post, and NOW! Magazine and many other media outlets for her work in the theatre and comedy. Gillian is also the curator of the hilarious online-dating message blog: www.ewwkcupid.tumblr.com
Recent theatre credits include: Love in the Time of Time Machines (The Theatre Elusive), A Woman of No Importance (Alumnae Theatre Company), Antony and Cleopatra (The Theatre Elusive), I Don't Like You (The Theatre Elusive), Matt and Ben (The Theatre Elusive), The Wormwood Prince (Next Stage Theatre).