Running Time: 1 hour and 45 minutes, no intermission

A music-filled comedy about finding your true voice in an unexpected place. After years of struggling at a small-time club in the Florida Panhandle, Casey realizes it’s now or never for his career as an Elvis impersonator. Enter Miss Tracy Mills, a self-proclaimed grand dame of drag who guarantees Casey’s life is about to get “all shook up.” Matthew Lopez’s hip-shakin’, heartwarming tale explores what happens when one man trades in his blue suede shoes for platform pumps and discovers he ain’t nothing but a drag queen.

Hailed by critics as “Full of sass and good spirits…” (The New York Times), “A highly entertaining, genuine crowd-pleaser.” (Hollywood Reporter), and "...a barrelful of fun!" (Variety)





Photo by Dawn Schaefer


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McCuen Piggee*
Miss Tracy Mills 


Rexy, Jason 





Creative Team

David Bennett   Director
Matt Smucker   Scenic Designer
Pete Rush   Costume Designer
Robert Aguilar   Lighting Designer
Kevin Heard   Sound Designer
Jessica Low   Choreographer
Kate Myre   Dialect Coach
JR Welden*   Stage Manager
 Tori Thompson   Production Assistant

*Members of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

Photo Credits: Timothy Piggee by LaRae Lobdell

Dig Deep Panel Discussion: Jun 22 at 6:30pm in Buster’s

Aleksa ManilaJoin drag artist Aleksa Manila (pictured at left) and gender-bending performance artist and professor Andrew Brown for a discussion about drag in our culture. Learn more about Andrew here.

Suggested Resources

"Trans Women Are Not Drag Queens" by Maddie McClouskey,

Drag Queens at the 801 Cabaret by Leila J. Rupp & Verta Taylor |
The Makeup of RuPaul's Drag Race: Essays on the Queen of Reality Shows Edited by Jim Daems |
Lettin It All Hang Out by RuPaul |
Why Drag? Photography by Magnus Hastings, Forward by Boy George |
Guy to Goddess: An Intimate Look at Drag Queens by Bill Richardson, Photography by Rosamond Norbury |

Celebrate PRIDE in Seattle

There are many ways to celebrate PRIDE this month in and around Seattle, below are a few selections from and Email if you have an event to add to the list, or tag us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with #acttheatre #ACTPride #ACTGeorgiaMcBride


ACT is excited to be partnering with Lifelong and Lifelong Thrift.

Consider supporting them by bringing a donation during the run of The Legend of Georgia McBride. Bins will be available in the lobby on floor 1 so that you can drop off your donation before heading up to floor 3 for the performance. 

Recommended Items to Donate:

  • Non-perishable food
  • Clean clothing, accessories, and shoes
  • Books, textbooks, magazines, and comics
  • Vintage clothing and antiques
  • Clean gardening supplies
  • Household goods like plates, cups, and silverware
  • DVDs, CDs, records, and tapes
  • Art, art supplies, and picture frames

Additional oversized items can be donated directly to Lifelong Thrift, read about those and what is NOT accepted here