RuPaul’s Drag Race Coming to the Agora in October

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Several stars from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11 will participate in Werq the World, a new RuPaul’s Drag Race tour that’s coming to the Agora on Oct. 14.

The all-new production follows a team of "intergalactic queens," including Aquaria, Asia O’Hara, Detox, Kameron Michaels, Kim Chi, Monét X Change, Naomi Smalls and Violet Chachki on their mission to the sun.



Mission leader Michelle Visage will serve as host and guide the audience through the universe for a “dynamic display of the wonders held by each planet and its regal sovereign.”

“This is the biggest, most elaborate production we have ever created,” says Brandon Voss, the show’s producer, in a press release. “The music, sets, fashion, choreography and lighting are all a cosmic feast for the senses. Audiences will be in awe as their favorite queens come together on some incredible numbers.”



“The show has always been a theatrical production of the highest caliber, but in 2019, we have stepped it up into the stratosphere," says Visage. "This show leaving fans gagging, and I’m not afraid to say that my performance, in particular, is giving them life.”

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