Fernando and the Killer Queen

Fernando and the Killer Queen is about a fabulously despotic Queen who stages violent revolutions against her own crown.  Until, that is, the unthinkable happens: the Queen falls madly in love.  Caught between a revolution she can’t control and a love she can’t forget, the Queen struggles to hold her government (and maintain her sense of spectacle).  A comedy about the queens among us (and within us) that features singing, dancing, drag, and a man tight tight tight green tights.

 

Production History

  • Play-in-a-Bar, Austin TX

 

Development History

  • Cohen New Works Festival

  • Miscreant Theatre

  • Chicago Dramatists

  • Theatre Masters

 
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Wanna read it?

Click the link below to read the script and please reach out if you have any questions.

 

©2020 by Kyle John Schmidt.

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Daniel LeFave and Jack Fogarty, University of Texas-Austin, 2009