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This energetic, low-budget and melodrama-infused musical was inspired by legendary documentary Paris is Burning and celebrates US dancehall culture, where competitors dress up to the nines in drag and fiercely vie for trophies with “vogueing” moves. After his mum kicks him out for being gay, 22-year-old Brad tries for a new sense of belonging in the raucous Los Angeles ballroom scene’s “House of Eminence” surrogate family, presided over by a formidable cross-dressing diva. He also has a love triangle to make sense of, amid song-bursts ranging from ballads through to hip-hop and house music.
Contains frequent strong language and sex references.
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