RuPaul's Drag Race vamps up the stage at Plaza Live

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DANIEL DUDEK-CORRIGAN
  • Daniel Dudek-Corrigan
Condragulations, RuPaulBots! Whether you’re the most dedicated viewer of Logo TV’s drag queen competition or you’ve never seen it, this live show is sure to entertain. It helps if you’re familiar with drag conventions, though; we think it’ll be fun for the whole family, but Pop-pop might be startled by seeing a man who looks like a wax dummy of Joan Rivers that was left out in the sun lip-syncing “Purple Rain” or a Joey Heatherton look-alike juggling knives. Orlando’s very own Ginger Minj’s Season 7 rampage through Drag U is currently playing out on our DVRs – will she? Won’t she? SHE SHOULD – so, sadly, she won’t be onstage for this tour (at least, not that we know of. But we love a surprise!). Look, these queens go to great lengths to make sure you have a good time, so you WILL have a good time, dammit. You really have no choice in the matter.

8 p.m. Wednesday, April 1 | Plaza Live, 425 N. Bumby Ave. | 407-228-1220 | plazaliveorlando.com | $29.50-$35


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