The Wild Party - Tickets
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about the show
Vaudeville is back, with a real party this time. Packed with tragicomic allegories, this show is presented in 5-6 short sketches, the glimpses of a party, that seems to steadily disintegrate as the evening goes on.
Based on the 1928 Joseph Moncure March poem of the same name, this story revolves around Queenie, who “was a blonde and her age stood still” with the backdrop of Manhattan decadence and 1920s excess. Some of the other people at the party are a fading star, an "ambisextrous" socialite, a gay brother act, a lesbian stripper, a boxer and an underage innocent girl. But when lasciviousness turns into tragedy, it is realised that even the wildest of parties can’t last forever.
“Full of raunchy wit and rage and rue”
-- The Independent
“Gin, skin, sin and fun”
-- Evening Standard
-- London Theatre
cast & creatives
Stars: Frances Ruffelle
Director/Choreographer: Drew McOnie
Music and Lyrics: Michael John LaChiusa
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