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Missed 'Brokelahomo!'? Gold Dust Orphans Show Returns to Boston Prior to NYC

Thursday Oct 4, 2018

Prior to a New York run, The Gold Dust Orphans bring "Brokelahomo!," their critically acclaimed musical Western, back to Boston for two nights only.

Having played to packed houses in Boston this past spring and Provincetown this summer, "Brokelahomo!" plays Saturday, October 13 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, October 14 at 5:00 pm only at Machine.

These additional shows in Boston will also serve to help raise funds to send the Gold Dust Orphans to New York City, October 19 — 21, where they will present "Brokelahomo!" at Theatre 80 St. Marks. The Orphans also have a GoFundMe campaign, where they are accepting donations to help bring the troupe to New York City. Those interested in helping can visit the page to learn more.

Based on the classic films, "Destry Rides Again", "Johnny Guitar" and "Oklahoma!," "Brokelahomo!" features all your favorite Orphan stars as well as a few surprises. New Orphan discovery Jeff Blanchette plays the show's hero, "Dusty Rhodes" and Orphan favorite Qya Marie appears in her first leading lady role as "Frenchie". Rounding out the cast, Orphan staple Tim Lawton plays as "Chubbs", sexy newcomer Sam Terry as "Buck Wilde." Scott Martino is featured as villain "Ringo Pink." Orphan leader Ryan Landry plays saloon owner "Vienna" opposite newest Orphan Julee Antonellis as her arch rival, "Emma". The production is directed by Robin JaVonne "Millie" Smith, who also is featured as the smoldering "Chastity."

Scott Martino created the costumes, with sets by Windsor Newton, lighting by Michael Clark Wonson and soundscapes by Roger Moore. The production is in loving memory of our the late Orphan Larry Coen.

Note: This is an adults only parody. No children under 18 will be permitted.

Performances are October 13 at 7:30 pm and October 14 at 5:00 pm at Machine Nightclub, 1254 Bolyston Street, Boston, MA. For more information, visit the Gold Dust Orphans Facebook page.


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