It appears that the Gold Dust Orphans shall make one last run at Boston’s notorious Ramrod Performing Arts Theatre later this year.
While details about the holiday musical are slim, a website has been set up for ticket sales to see, Christmas on Uranus. The holiday musical will open on Friday, November 29th and will run through Sunday, December 22nd. Stay tuned for more details later this fall.
Christmas on Uranus
Ramrod Performing Arts Theatre
November 29 – December 22, 2019
Photo by Michael von Redlich
Ryan Landry and his Gold Dust Orphans are back for their final run at the Ramrod Performing Arts Centre with The Ebonic Woman, which opens next month. The new musical is a blistering take on race in America and the walls we build around ourselves to keep the status quo.
Tickets for The Ebonic Woman
Be sure to get your tickets for the brief run in Boston from May 2 – 26. For those who don’t live in the area, note that the spring productions typically return and run through the summer in Provincetown so like the Gold Dust Orphan Facebook page to stay up to date on details about this must see musical here in Boston and later this summer in Ptown.
As I alluded to in my post last week, Development plans to replace Boston’s Ramrod Machine will include a LGBTQ theater, the developers (SCAPE) are working with Ryan Landry and his Gold Dust Orphans to ensure that once Machine / Ramrod closes there remains theater space so this troupe of misfits can “continue their important and educational work”. Isn’t that how Ryan describes their work?
Show your support for the Orphans by coming to this public hearing
Before that can happen, much needs to be done but the first hurdle is making sure that the public supports this project and the addition of the theater. To that end, Ryan and the Orphans ask you to show up for the first public meeting to voice your support of the new theater. Drinks will be provided after the public meeting at where else but Machine. The public meeting is at 6PM on Monday, April 22nd – details about the location are shared below.
Scape Boylston Public Meeting – 6pm
Main College Building, Room C101
300 Fenway, Boston, MA 02115
Ryan Landry and his Gold Dust Orphans are back with another hilariously twisted holiday show. This year’s show A Nightmare on Elf Street opens on Thursday, November 29th and will run through Sunday, December 23rd with performances taking place Thursday through Sunday.
Get Your Tickets Today – Here!
Brokelahomo plays two shows in Boston before heading to New York City
Ryan Landry and his Gold Dust Orphans return to Boston this weekend for two shows of their musical, Brokelahomo. Following the shows, Ryan and his cast will pack up and head to Theatre 80 St. Marks for four shows in New York City.
THE STORY: Brokelahomo is a town in trouble. Overrun by dirty, outlaw gays, the few law abiding citizens left must spend their days dodging bullets, putting out church fires and fearing for their pets lives. That is until a heterosexual is sent for. Enter Dusty Rhodes, the unlikely hero of this far out fable set in the groovy 1880s! Will Dusty clean up the town? Or will the gay cattle rustlers and homo hoodlums head him off at the pass?
BOSTON SHOWS: Saturday, October 13th at 7:30PM and Sunday, October 14th at 5:00PM at the Ramrod Performing Arts Centre. Buy Your Tickets Here.
NYC SHOWS: The Gold Dust Orphans are set to present four shows of their summer hit, BROKELAHOMO! at Theatre 80 St. Marks (80 St. Marks Place in the East Village of NYC), opening October 19th! Buy Your Tickets Here.
Ryan Landry and his Gold Dust Orphans newest musical, Brokelahomo, opens in less than two months on April 26th. Get your tickets before they sell out.
Brokelahomo is a town in trouble. Overrun by dirty, outlaw gays, the few law abiding citizens left must spend their days dodging bullets, putting out church fires and fearing for their pets lives. That is until a heterosexual is sent for. Enter Dusty Rhodes, the unlikely hero of this far out fable set in the groovy 1880s! Will Dusty clean up the town? Or will the gay cattle rustlers and homo hoodlums head him off at the pass?
Opening April 26th and running through May 27th, performances will run every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night at 8pm with matinees every Saturday and Sunday afternoon at 5pm.
Get Your Tickets: Brokelahomo
Ryan Landry and his Gold Dust Orphans are back starting at the end of this month with their new Christmas musical, Whatever happened to baby Jesus.
I can only imagine how Ryan Landry’s twisted imagination will weave the story of the 1960s classic, Whatever happened to baby Jane, starring Hollywood icons Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Opening night is Thursday, November 30th and shows will run through Saturday, December 23rd (every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday). Tickets start at $43.00 including tax and handling fees.
Tickets On Sale Now – Buy Them Here