Beginning with Madge at age 12 as they attempt to create a full scale Disney parade in their house for their grandmother, My Son's a Queer tells the story of raising a queer child with all of its joys and chaos. It originally premiered at Off-West End's The Turbine Theatre in 2021 where it sold out, subsequently transferring to Edinburgh Fringe for another sold-out run.
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Director Luke Sheppard (& Juliet, In the Heights) helms the creative team comprising composer Pippa Cleary, orchestrator Simon Nathan, designer Ryan Dawson Laight, mixer Chris Fry, projection designer George Reeve, and video engineer Neil McDowell Smith.
Theatre music label Westway has also released the original cast recording for My Son's a Queer, (But What Can You Do?). Physical copies of the album feature bonus tracks and additional material.
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