Alan Palmer Brings The Fabulous Divas of Broadway to Vegas
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The last date listed for The Fabulous Divas of Broadway was Sunday May 23, 2010 / 5:00pm.
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Featured review from Tim
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This was a very fun evening. Alan established a great rapport with the audience and was very good natured. There were 7 of us in our group, and we all had a very good time. I personally loved how quickly and efficiently changed his wigs and costumes. Compared to other theater options in Vegas, this was definitely a great deal for the great time we all had.
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Very fun & funny evening! Alan is a master when it comes to various musicals. The costumes were changed in a flash...the facial expressions were priceless. It was so entertaining how Alan wove his life's story into the various Diva songs.
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“The evening was made for fun!” —The New York Times
One man as 32 women in 20 songs and only 85 minutes!
Direct from a highly successful three-month off-Broadway run, Alan Palmer brings the acclaimed one-man musical fun fest The Fabulous Divas of Broadway to the Onyx Theatre!
Starring and Created by Alan Palmer
What to do when you’re a male musical theater performer with a big belting voice and an affinity for Broadway’s greatest leading ladies? Since Broadway shows aren’t casting men in traditional women’s roles – if you’re resourceful, you create your own one-man “woman” musical! On this unique, comic journey, actor/singer/storyteller Alan Palmer offers backstage tales of his life in “the business” while portraying larger-than-life stars as the show’s guides.
Alan Palmer’s Fabulous Divas of Broadway is a fast-paced musical journey of one man’s love of the Theater and the amazing ladies that inspired him along the way. In rapid succession – and a non-stop turnover of gorgeous costumes – he brings to life such legends as Ethel Merman, Carol Channing, Liza Minnelli, Angela Lansbury, Julie Andrews, Judy Garland and Chita Rivera and such Tony-winning stars of today as Christine Ebersole, Patti LuPone, Sutton Foster and Kristin Chenoweth, all while performing songs in each lady’s singular style.
Beyond mimicry, beyond drag, Alan Palmer’s Fabulous Divas Of Broadway is both reverent and irreverent. A loving and hysterical tribute to the Prima Performers of Broadway, it’s a must for all lovers of musical theater!