May 28, 2020 to April 9, 2020

A fully lip synced anime drag musical

EVENT TYPE:  Livestream    MEMBER TYPE: Professional

In this award-winning multimedia extravaganza, the bearded sequinned wonder that is performance artist Princess Edward takes the audience into a world where anime heroes, bass guitarist rock stars and dance pop epics meld into one. On a quest to save her beloved Abel T. Suckizone from the mysterious villain known only as The Beast, Princess Edward puts it all on the line in this live-action-queer-anime-drag-adventure.

The Princess Show offers up a campy and visually stunning fantasy world for the audience where they can cheer Princess on as she tackles real problems.

FYI: This production involves some intense silliness, some f-bombs and one mention of a sexual act. But most people think it's fair game for all audiences and have come out smiling.

This is a FREE livestream performance of the show.

“the weirdest show I have ever seen” – Jo Ledingham, Vancouver
“dizzy fun” – David C. Jones, Vancouver
“mesmerizing” – The Coast, Halifax
“Powerhouse performance” – LocalExpress, Halifax

Running time: 60 minutes

Aaron Collier / co-creator, writer, performer + sound & projection designer
Richie Wilcox / co-creator + performer
Deonie Hudson / co-creator, claymation artist, costume designer
Jay Whitehead / video performer + choreography
John DeStigter / video performer + video design
David Gabert / english narrator
Minori Inoue / japanese narrator + translator
Matt Miller / illustrator
Michael Charles McNeil / videographer
Sylvia Bell / production manager

Thank you to Facebook, Slaight Music, the RBC Foundation, SiriusXM Canada and the National Arts Centre for this program and their support.

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Produced by: Heist

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