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Terence Stamp, Hugo Weaving and Guy Pearce in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Photograph: The Kobal Collection During the opening scenes of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert writer/director Stephan Elliott 's bright,
The cheeky film's 20th anniversary is cause for celebration for costume designer Tim Chappel. He and co-designer Lizzy Gardiner created the iconic frocks worn by actors Terence Stamp, Guy Pearce and Hugo Weaving in the movie. The pair went on to win
A good place for families to start is to see the movie, which is much darker, then decide about seeing the musical." Some of the most explicit scenes in the show involve a character simulating a racy act with ping-pong balls and another one about an
The garish but somehow innocuous musical now at the Community Center Theater aspires to be no more than fluff and fun with just a bit of sentiment on the side. It's not a terribly high mountain to climb, yet Priscilla doesn't quite get there, and the
That's the playful promise from Broadway Sacramento's season opener, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Based on the 1994 break-out movie, the musical details the journey undertaken by a trio of drag performers two gay men and a transsexual woman as
While this frenetic musical waters down some of the quirky charm that made the 1994 movie version such a gem, it's hard to begrudge any Broadway show that wears its heart on its sleeve and sequins on its tush in a cheesy coming out party for three
This grizzled old scribe has seen shows of all kinds at Segerstrom Hall since it opened in 1986. So I had a right to be surprised on Tuesday when a full house erupted in a lusty standing ovation after watching a bunch of drag queens spend two-and-a-
MDT Updated: 09/05/2013 11:45:58 AM MDT No doubt about it: "Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical" arrives at the Buell Theatre dressed to thrill. In 2011, the feathered, sequined, bewigged spectacle won the Tony Award for best costumes.
Not Brad Pitt or George Clooney cool, where you can look dashing even while eating a messy plate of fried clams (though heaven knows, I've tried). But cool in the sense that I liked the stuff you were supposed to like: serious plays over musicals;
Village People and the soundtrack to "Saturday Night Fever" and tossed it into the air, it would fall to the ground as "Priscilla Queen of the Desert." Those for whom the 1970s disco mirror ball never stopped will feel right at home at "Priscilla,"