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Location

The AllWays Lounge & Cabaret
2240 St Claude Ave, New Orleans, Louisiana 70117
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Date

25 Jul 2019

Time

9:00 pm

It’s Fine: A One Woman Show

By popular demand, it’s back and… it’s fine.

Don’t worry about it.

No, really. It’s Fine…

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Several very angry men have asked Quinn Laroux what she means by this for years and she is finally ready to explain it in her very first one woman show.

It’s Fine is a roughly 60 minute one woman show about the costs and benefits of leaving things unsaid. It’s a collection of six short drag and theatre pieces that couldn’t really fit anywhere else. The show ranges from lip-sync performance, storytelling, comedy, a horrifyingly bad erotica, and unholy combinations of all three. Expect something ranging from hilarious to heartbreaking, but, as always honest and hopeful.

First produced in December of 2018, the first production of It’s Fine received raved audience reviews. Described a “brilliant”, “honest and raw”, and “sheer excellence” and met with a standing ovation, Quinn is bringing the show back with brand new materials including a live reading of unposted facebook posts and two brand new numbers.

Quinn Laroux is a performer, producer, tour guide, and writer based in New Orleans. She is a member of, Make Up: Improv and Drag, and the producer of a monthly politically themed cabaret called Extra!. She has a reputation in the scene for not only providing one of the tightest lip-syncs in the city, but also for her wild concepts, passionate storytelling, and her needlessly strong Cajun accent. It’s Fine is her first one woman show and, she could not be more excited to share all of the work she put into it.

$5, NOTAFLOF.
Show starts promptly at 9:00pm

Accessibility:
Venue is wheelchair accessible from back entrance, please ask door person about the back entrance, or reach out in advance.

Show Content Note:
This how contains carefully handled mention of abuse, sexual violence, and mental illness. Viewer discretion is advised, but like… if the viewer likes great art, they should probably just come anyway. Like… it’s pretty damn good, if I do so say myself and I do.

Original photo in flyer by Barry Muniz

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