The Importance of Being Lovely
August 9, 2012
"Hell hath no fury like a Drag Queen Scorned." Everyone's favorite second-rate Drag Queen is ready for her close-up! Follow along with Lovely Uranus’ misadventures as she dispenses unsolicited advice and wrestles with her wigs, make-up, and men, while wearing 6 inch stilettos. This World Premiere promises to shock, titillate, and, of course, make you laugh. But then, what else would you expect from the demented mind of Alejandro de la Costa who penned last season’s Outrageous, Sexy, (nekkid) Romp, Adam and Eve in the Garden of Delights or Love, 2 Couples 2, and Dream Café?
The play is rated NC-17 due to fabulous drag, some bitchy and nasty language, and because of one of Lovely's friends seems to get drunk and find any kind of excuse to strip down. So yes, there is nudity in this show. If it bothers you, then this is not the show for you.
Playing in the Stone Cottage Theatre
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