Tag Archives: Ryan Landry

Brown is the New Pink opens tonight in Ptown

Arthouse, ProvincetownRyan Landry and Varla Jean Merman are part of the Ptown ensemble who will be performing Brown is the New Pink which will play at the Ptown Art House.

To purchase tickets and for more information link here.

Gold Dust Orphans present Legally Blind

Ryan Landry, Fringe theater, BostonRyan Landry and his band of misfit actors, The Gold Dust Orphans, present a brand new musical adventure based on “The Miracle Worker” and “Gypsy”.

The full name of the musical is, “LEGALLY BLIND – The Helen Keller Musical” Based on two classic pieces of American theatre, William Gibson’s “The Miracle Worker” and Stephen Sondheim’s “Gypsy”, “LEGALLY BLIND – The Helen Keller Musical” gleefully follows the musical misadventures of one Annie Sullivan, (Ryan Landry) and her physically challenged yet remarkably gifted student, Helen (Jessica Barstis) as they wind their way along the ever changing landscape of adult entertainment through song, dance and plenty of laughs.

Tickets are currently on sale for the limited run which opens on Thursday, April 21st.  For more information and to purchase tickets online link here.

Gold Dust Orphans to present Legally Blind

fringe theater, gay theater, Boston theater

Gold Dust orphans present Legally Blind
April 21 – May 22, 2016

This spring, Ryan Landry’s troupe of misfits will perform their newest production, Legally Blind, in Boston from April 21 – May 22nd and while nothing is confirmed, the Orphan’s spring show in Boston usually goes on to Provincetown in the summer so if you cannot make it to Boston, keep an eye out for this show, should you plan to visit Ptown this summer.

I’ll have more details about the show and tickets as they come available.

Opening weekend for Little Orphan Tranny

Ryan Landry, Gold Dust OrphansIt is opening weekend for Ryan Landry and the Gold Dust Orphans Christmas production, A LITTLE ORPHAN TRANNY CHRISTMAS.  The show runs Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday through December 20th.

For more information and to purchase tickets visit their website, A LITTLE ORPHAN TRANNY CHRISTMAS.

Little Orphan Tranny opens in Boston, December 3rd

Ryan Landry Ryan Landry and the Gold Dust Orphans announced their Christmas production last week and will be bringing the new musical, A LITTLE ORPHAN TRANNY CHRISTMAS, to the Ramrod Performing Arts Center in the Fenway for a limited engagement running from December 3rd through the 20th.

Featuring all new songs and dances, plenty of fabulous costumes and positively gorgeous sets, “TRANNY” is ready to fly high this December.  For more information and to purchase tickets visit their website, A LITTLE ORPHAN TRANNY CHRISTMAS.

Thoroughly Muslim Millie opens April 9th

Ryan Landry, Gold Dust Orphans, Boston TheaterRyan Landry and his cohorts of Theater Misfits A.K.A. Gold Dust Orphans will perform their spring production of Thoroughly Muslim Millie. In just four weeks time, April 9th, is opening night at the Ramrod Performing Arts Center on Boylston Street in Fenway.

About Thoroughly Muslim Millie: A young girl from a Canadian convent is thrust across the border into the Middle East and straight into the arms of the Prince of Persia!  Watch this musical parody explode across the stage with big splashy songs, tap dancing Talibans, and bawdy “Burqa Ladies”.  Thoroughly Muslim Millie features all your Orphan favorites, including: Ryan Landry, Penny Champayne, Olive Another, Liza Lott and Delta Miles.

Thoroughly Muslim Millie runs from April 9th – May 10th get your tickets here.

Jesus Christ, It’s Christmas

Fringe theater, Boston

Photo Credit: Michael von Redlich/MvR Photography

Tomorrow night Ryan Landry and The Gold Dust Orphans open with a new production for their annual holiday theatrical show at the Ramrod Performing Arts Centre in the Fenway.

Jesus Christ, It’s Christmas runs from Thursday, December 4th 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.  For more information about this musical based on the 1947 classic, “The Bishop’s Wife” and to purchase tickets follow the link below.

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