'Shamilton! The Drag Parody' benefits the LGBTQ Connection

'Shamilton! The Drag Parody' benefits the LGBTQ Connection


Intensive Claire plays King George in the show 'Shamilton! The Drag Parody,' playing April 4 at the Lincoln Theater. The show is a benefit for the LGBTQ Connection. 

Be seen with the Queens who revolutionized the greatest musical of our time at ‘Shamilton! The Drag Parody,’ on Saturday, April 4, at the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center, 100 California Drive, Yountville.

Proceeds benefit the LGBTQ Connection. Doors at 6:30 p.m., show begins at 7:30 p.m. Hamilton-themed costumes are optional.

‘Shamilton’ has played to packed houses in San Francisco, supported by actual members of the original cast from the hit musical. It’s her-story in the making, and live in the Napa Valley. Don’t miss this over-the-top, creative, crazy and hilarious live show performed by the incredible all-drag cast from San Francisco. The Founding “Fathers” never looked so good!

Tickets range from $35 to $65, with limited VIP Experience passes available for $150. The VIP Experience includes a cocktail or champagne reception paired with appetizers, priority parking, private appearance by the incredible Intensive Claire, the best seats in the house, plus post-show photo ops with The Queens.

To purchase tickets visit lincolntheater.com/events.

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