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The Barn
formerly Barnevelder Movement/Arts Complex 2201 Preston Street Houston, TX 77003
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attended Jul 19 2013

The stunning cast & intricate musicality make this an irresistible show! A must-see!

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Website

http://www.BayouCityTheatrics.com

Description

 The Wild Party is rated “R” and is intended for adults only.​

The Wild Party transports you to New York City and into the lives of Vaudeville’s sexiest dancer and twisted clown, Queenie (Danica Johnston) and Burrs (Colton Berry). Bayou City Theatrics’ “red-hot summer musical” also stars Jake Frank as Black, Queenie’s newest conquest, and Erin Wasmund as Kate, the cocaine-fueled lush with eyes for Burrs. The production features a cast of outrageous party-goers from Madelaine True, the brash lesbian with a heart of gold (Miatta Lebile) to Eddie and Mae, a pugilist and his blushing bride (Miguel Garcia and Derrien Kellum) to Jackie, the sweet dancer with no tongue (Luke Hamilton) as well as the D’Armano brothers, composers and lovers (Scott Lupton and Terran Swonke), Nadine, the not-so-innocent minor (Shanae’a Moore), Sam, the greasy producer (Brian Chambers) and Delores (Kelly Waguespack), the foul-mouthed hooker.

About the Ticket Supplier: Bayou City Theatrics

Bayou City Theatrics exists to entertain, enrich, educate, and unite Houston arts patrons and artists. It fills the niche of a Houston-based musical theatre company, relying primarily on the talent of Houston artists and audience support. It provides the opportunity for high quality youth education in the performing arts that is affordable to all ranges of income, not just the economically advantaged.