By Matthew Lopez
On stage 05.01–06.02.19
A hilarious, heartwarming, and unlikely new comedy fresh from an extended Off-Broadway run. Casey is young, broke, and impersonating Elvis at a run-down bar in the Florida Panhandle. When the owner hires a drag show to attract more customers, Casey is out of a job. Or is he? Filled with music and humor–and plenty of sequins–this joyful, acclaimed new play is a reminder that the path to prosperity and fulfillment may sometimes take an unexpected star turn.
NEW YORK TIMES CRITICS' PICK
Music Supervisor: Jason Burrow
Choreographer: Stephanie Card
Properties Master: Brodie Jasch
Production Stage Manager: Shannon A. Jones
Scenic Designer: David Arsenault
Costume Designer: Bryce Huey Turgeon
Lighting Designer: Jorge Arroyo
Sound Designer: Sinan Refik Zafar
Lights Up! FOR ACCESS
Thanks to support from the Walmart Foundation and others, patrons under the age of 30 pay just $10 while patrons with a SNAP benefits card pay just $5.
Watch & listen
Anything but a drag: TheatreSquared comedy has serious things to say – Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
TheatreSquared says ‘Yaasss’ to comedy and queens in new show that closes its old space – Fayetteville Flyer
Bringing Georgia McBride to stage – Ozarks At Large (KUAF)
MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY
Show sponsors Fred & Barbara Frye, Leigh Hopkins, John & Kitten Weiss, and the Starling Family Foundation.