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Cavern Club Theatre at Casita Del Campo
1920 Hyperion Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90027
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 8 members
Review from Alan Trevor
Red Velvet 324 events 191 reviews

Outrageous. Not for everyone but the audience seemed to love it. Very camp & fun.

reviewed Jun 04 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Gregory Marconi
101 events 79 reviews

What a crazy night! Lots of fun. It's one of those shows that it helps to have seen the film. It played forever on HBO in the 80's. Trashy good time!

reviewed Jun 04 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member
3 events 1 review

This play was AWESOME! All songs are from Pat Benentar... Who knew that her collection was so applicable to this show, not just "Invincible"! Willam Bell's performance was spot on. So funny!! Hope they do a re-run. I will be back for it! ...continued

reviewed Jun 11 2011 report as inappropriate
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The original film starred Helen Slater and Christian Slater as sister and brother; however, the two actors are not related.


“Fair is fair!” That is the rebel-rousing cry of sultry 18 year-old Billie Jean Davy and her band of teenage misfits; on the run from the law and in search of truth, justice and a kick-ass haircut! It’s the summer of 1985, Corpus Christi, Texas. Local bully, rich-kid, Hubie Pyatt, has maliciously vandalized the brand new Honda Scooter belonging to dirt poor Binx Davey: a purchase made by the 16 year-old trailer park resident with insurance money left to him by his dead father. (Are you in tears yet?!) It’s up to big sis, Billie, to convince Hubie’s sleazeoid father to cough up the $608 for repairs. Fair is fair, after all!

But things don’t go as planned. After several sweaty moments in Mr. Pyatt’s back room, a gunshot, and a charge of armed robbery; Billie and Binx are furiously fleeing the state with fellow trailer park comrades in tow: 16 year-old, boy-crazy, Ophelia Bray, and precocious tomboy, 14 year-old, Putter Jacks; as well as a more than willing hostage: 17 year-old cutie, Lloyd Muldaur, son of District Attorney, Lloyd Sr. They’re dodging the law, fighting for their rights, saving abused children, and creating eye-popping fashion statements wherever they go! This is the setup of the 1985 cult hit film The Legend of Billie Jean.

Fast forward now to 2011. Add in drag superstar sensation, Willam Belli as Billie Jean singing all the hits of rock goddess Pat Benatar, and you have the outrageous brand new rock musical workshop production of _Invincible, The Legend of Billie Jean! _ Brought to the Cavern Club Celebrity Theatre by the director/co-creator of the hit, comedic, camp-classic Chico’s Angels.

If you were a kid of the ’80s, then you remember how much you loved it. If not, then you’ll want to find out what has everyone all fired up! So grab your heels, your legwarmers, and your best acid wash jeans, and join us… Relive the legend!

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