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Psycho Beach Party. Produced and presented by HorseChart Theatre Company at the Matrix Theatre, the revival of Charles Busch’s 1987 comedy promises queer thrills, chills, and plenty of laughter.

Droege plays Florence “Chicklet” Forrest in the camp classic that pokes fun at the style of some of our favorite films. Droege, who can be seen as Mark the Slob in Cora Bora starring Megan Stalter, is no stranger to the stage, writing and starring in the one-person hit Bright Colors and Bold Patterns and Happy Birthday Doug.Subscribe to our newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.Queerty caught up with Droege between shows to find out what tickles his funny boneand who some of his favorite LGBTQ+ personalities are.Psycho Beach Party, written by the legendary Charles Busch,is a mash-up of ’50s psychodramas and ’60s surfer flicks.

Spoiler alert: the moment that gets me every time … It’s toward the end of the show when the kids are all having the wildest rock-a-hula luau, laughing and twisting with abandon.

Someone runs on and screams, “Has anyone seen Marvel Ann (the awful mean girl)?” The entire cast hatefully screams, “NO!!!” and then goes back to blissful dancing.

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