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Jesus Christ, It’s Christmas! Dec. 4 – 21st

Ryan Landry, Gold Dust OrphansRyan Landry and his troupe, The Gold Dust Orphans, are back with a new Christmas special that opens Thursday, December 4th and runs through Sunday December 21st  (a 3 week limited engagement!)  Tickets are currently on sale with general admission pricing approximately $43 and reserved seating approximately $53.

Get Your Jesus Christ, It’s Christmas! Tickets Here

Jesus Christ, It’s Christmas! is based on the 1947 classic, “The Bishop’s Wife”, “Jesus Christ” features all new songs and dances, plenty of fabulous costumes and positively gorgeous sets! As is always the case with The Gold Dust shows, this is not a kid-friendly program and those easily offended should probably go elsewhere, but for everyone else, come down to the Ramrod Performing Arts Center to see this soon to be classic, Jesus Christ, It’s Christmas!

Snow White and the 7 Bottoms opens tomorrow

Ryan Landry and Gold Dust Orphans

Photo by: Michael von Redlich

Tomorrow night Ryan Landry and his Gold Dust Orphans will open with their latest production, “Snow White and the 7 Bottoms”.  This fairy tale, takes you on a twisted trip that features new songs, dances, fabulous costumes and gorgeous sets. The show which opens tomorrow, Friday, April 18th will run through Sunday, May 18th before it closes and presumably reopens this summer in Provincetown so get your tickets while they last because this will definitely sell out.

Buy Your Tickets Here

Snow White and The Seven Bottoms

Ryan LandryRyan Landry and the Gold Dust Orphans started selling tickets to their latest production that opens Marathon Weekend here in Boston.

Snow White and The Seven Bottoms will only play for one month at The Ramrod Performing Arts Center (a.k.a. Ramrod).

Shows run from April 18th thru May 18th each Friday and Saturday night at 8pm and every Sunday afternoon at 5pm. So get your tickets before the show sells out.

Get Your Tickets Here

Gold Dust Orphans auditions this weekend

Ryan Landry and The Gold Dust OrphansAuditions for Ryan Landry’s next production are this weekend. Needless to say, I’m definitely going to see this show.

Details about the auditions are here.

Ryan Landry returns with It’s A Horrible Life

Ryan LandryEarlier this week, Ryan Landry and his Gold Dust Orpans announced that this year’s Holiday show will be a new production, It’s a Horrible Life.

The show opens on December 5th and runs through December 29th; playing every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night at 8pm and every Sunday afternoon at 5pm.

Tickets cost $35 for general admission and $45 V.I.P. seating and can be purchased online HERE.

Mildred Fierce in New York City

Ryan LandryRyan Landry and his Gold Dust Orphans have packed their bags and bid Provincetown and Boston a fond adieu for the time being while they shack up with Varla Jean Merman for a four week run at Theatre 80 St. Marks.

If you find yourself in NYC and would like to watch a hilarious melodrama starring one of my all-time favorite drag queens, Varla Jean Merman, then make note of this adult-themed parody.  Mildred Fierce opens this Saturday on October 5th and runs through October 27th on Saturdays and Sundays only. Ticket prices are $25 for general seating or $35 for VIP.

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Ryan Landry stars in M at the Calderwood Pavilion

Ryan LandryRyan Landry is a creative tour-de-force who winters in Boston and summers in Ptown but no matter where he resides, he produces plays. But these are not your run of the mill plays. Landry’s shows are always a bit twisted, very whimsical and incredibly funny.  He recently finished a successful run with a musical staring Varla Jean Merman called Mildred Fierce and last spring and summer in Boston and Provincetown his show Mary Poppers received rave reviews.

“M” runs from March 29th – April 27th

Starting later this week, Ryan’s latest adaptation, “M” opens in the South End at the Calderwood Pavilion.  Inspired by the film by Fritz Lang, this gender-bending show takes on a new (and rather unique – I’m sure) adaptation of the film noir classic.  You may purchase tickets at the Calderwood Pavilion ticket booth during business hours, or you may buy them online here.