Jinkx Monsoon, seen on RuPaul’s Drag Race, pairs her devilish wit with the piano stylings of Major Scales for a 1920s take on pop music
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In the Beginning: Back in the 1920s, everybody knew The Vaudevillians. They toured the world, collaborating with the likes of Cole Porter and performing original hits such as “Drop It Like It’s Hot” (which, of course, is about electric irons). Unfortunately, while touring through Antarctica, they were hit by a freak avalanche and instantly frozen alive.
Today: Thanks to “modern day ‘Global Warming,’” The Vaudevillians have thawed, only to find that over the past century, pop stars have been blatantly stealing their music.
Live: Professor of mixology Dr. Dan Von Dandy (played by Major Scales) and his wife Ms. Kitty Witless (Jinkx Monsoon, who was seen in season five of RuPaul’s Drag Race) will take their music back, performing hits such as “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” and “Harder Better Faster Stronger” the way they were meant to be performed—vaudeville style.
The Raves: the New York Times declares, “Straight or gay, everyone leaves this show with sides aching from laughter.”