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Summary

10 - 15 Mar 2020

Park Mezzanine Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm

Presented by Hot Mess Productions, Drama Queen is the quintessential coming-of-age story of a man in a wig and a queen with a dream.

From love to theatre and growing up gay in Australia, the spectacular show is a perfect night out for comedy lovers, gays feeling charitable and straight girls eager to scream “yass queen!”

 

Suitable for ages 15+

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10 Mar 2020

Sweet Charity: Cheeky stand-up guaranteed to get you giggling

Charity Werk's Drama Queen delivered a delightful hour of comedy-meets-cabaret.

Ideal for those who love their stand-up with a side of serious sass and plenty of "did they just say that?" moments.

The enthusiastic, near-full house crowd laughed and whooped readily for the Melbournian drag diva.

Grab some pals and check out this tight, well-structured, cleverly written and relatable one-man/woman show, exploring growing up, coming out, and overall just being a drama queen.

I will say however, Brisbane Powerhouse's park mezzanine (a very small…

Charity Werk's Drama Queen delivered a delightful hour of comedy-meets-cabaret.

Ideal for those who love their stand-up with a side of serious sass and plenty of "did they just say that?" moments.

The enthusiastic, near-full house crowd laughed and whooped readily for the Melbournian drag diva.

Grab some pals and check out this tight, well-structured, cleverly written and relatable one-man/woman show, exploring growing up, coming out, and overall just being a drama queen.

I will say however, Brisbane Powerhouse's park mezzanine (a very small room, which was set up with theatre seating format) did not provide the right atmosphere to get the audience truly going.

It meant Charity had to "Werk" extra hard!

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Liana Cantarutti
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10 Mar 2020

Drama, drama, drama queen in sequins!

A comical account of growing up in Australia shedding light on family, identity and masculinity.

There were so many laugh-out-loud moments – I’m still smiling.

So clever – with the right mix of songs, observational comedy and life accounts.

My advice, go see Charity Werks while you can – before it’s a sell-out!

Louisa Simonetta
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