The queens of drag return to the Highland Lakes to wow audience members and give another extraordinary show. And this time, Haus of Fatale will do so in a venue specifically made for live entertainment.
In this follow-up to What A Drag!, Haus of Fatale presents “Fascination” Saturday, March 14, at the Hill Country Community Theatre, 4003 FM 2147 in Cottonwood Shores. Tickets are $35 per person, $60 per couple, and $100 for four. Come hungry because Super Taco is catering once more and wine and sodas will be for sale. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. with the show to follow all at the theatre.
Once again, HLEC members Aries and Luiz Fatale are personally producing the spectacle and invited each performer to participate just like they did in September for What A Drag! Host Kara Foxx-Paris returns to MC. Other entertainers new to Highland Lakes attendees are Emerald Foxx Paris, Kian Alexander Fatale and Landon J. Fatale. Audience members will welcome back Gypsy Rose Fatale, Paradox Rei and Toni Andrews from the September show.
“Fascination” is a Las Vegas-style glamorous costume show that will be divided into four themes:
* Let’s Get Glam — an over-the-top captivating and elegant opening that allows the entertainers to show their best and shiniest costumes.
* Back to the 80s — a full-on tribute to the decade that gave us neon, the Material Girl, Wham!, and break-dancing.
* Movie Magic — attendees will want to sing and dance with the divas as they give their interpretation of cinema’s iconic songs.
* Our Stories — using their own theme songs, performers will sway and share their personal stories while they entertain.
Haus of Fatale wanted to conduct another fundraiser for the HLEC for many reasons. Top of the list is because of the center’s mission that helps people accept themselves and others and love them right where they are. The HLEC does this through its educational seminars, free socials and professionals partnerships that help LGBTQ members with counseling, beauty and grooming and other services.The performers know better than anyone that while members may attend most of these events free of charge, the center pays for some or all of the materials at each.
Second, to say the performers received a warm welcome in September is an understatement. They were enthusiastically received at the beginning of the show and embraced afterward. That support is what made the Haus of Fatale return for a spring show.
So when Hill Country Community Theatre leaders offered to host a drag show fundraiser with Haus of Fatale and the HLEC, no one could refuse them. All are looking forward to the event.
Needless to say, the lights are shining bright, the wine is chilling, and the food preparations are underway. All we need for a complete show is you. We look forward to seeing you at the theatre in March!