FAREWELL, FAIR DOLLSTARS: Dollhouse Revue Closes After A Five-Year Run

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Mimi Imfurst is hanging up her wig…for now.

The legendary Dollhouse Revue, a staple of the Philadelphia drag community, is coming to a close after an over five-year run.

“We’ve enjoyed a very successful long run and I felt as though we had achieved so much and that it was time to move onto creating something new and different,” creator and RuPaul’s Drag Race alum Mimi Imfurst told me.  “I’m really proud of the work that we’ve done over the last five years and I’m really thankful for that experience.”

The Dollstars are prepping for their last show this Thursday, May 29 at Voyeur Nightclub. The evening will feature over twenty of Philly’s best drag performers, including Porcelain, The Goddess Isis, Ann Artist, Satine Harlow, and more. DJ Carl Michaels will be spinning, and there are $3 drinks until midnight.

“The show is going to feature some favorite performances from years’ past, as well as some new surprises,” said Mimi. “This will be one last chance to see several iconic group numbers created by the Dollstars over the years.”

When I asked Mimi what we could expect from her in the future, she answered pretty plainly: “I have some new things up my sleeve. When the time is right, you’ll be hearing about them.”

Doors open at 10PM; show starts at 11:30PM. $10 Cover. For more information on Voyeur Nightclub, visit their webpage.

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  • Joe

    Thank god. Dollhouse is so boring and no one ever goes. It should’ve been cancelled a WHILE ago