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World Premiere Musical Parody


The Unauthorized Musical Parody

Starring The Rosé from RuPaul’s Drag Race
Directed by Tim Drucker

Two Days, Four Performances:
Tuesday, August 6th at 7 PM & 9:30 PM
Wednesday, August 7th at 7 PM & 9:30 PM
In our Blackbox Theatre
Tickets: $35
Black background with a picture of a girl starring down into the screen and the text: Meg4n the unauthorized musical parody, with the rose from rupauls drag race

About the Show

Buckle up, fam! Your fave demon robot doll is here to guide you on a glitter-strewn, song-and-dance journey that will leave you grabbing your sides in fear-laced euphoria.

Brought to you by the creative geniuses behind The Real Housewives of New York: The Parody Musical and Love Actually: The Parody Musical, MEG4N was written by Dylan MarcAurele (RHONY musical fame) and directed by Tim Drucker (Trixie and Katya: Live). Starring Rupaul Drag Race’s ROSÉ. 

With bops such as “Women in STEM” and “Kind of a Slay,” you better brace yourself for an evening of horror that will leave you howling until you close the club down!

All Ages. 

*This show may contain adult themes and language. 

“When Dylan brought me the script to MEG4N , I lost my mind. He is one of the freshest and funniest voices writing in musical theater today. This show is so much more than a robot doll on a killing spree, it’s a gay fantasia on worthless themes with a huff of poppers and a Costco sized order of glitter. Adding our crackerjack cast, including the incredible Rosé in addition to the Engen’s fearless choreography makes for an evening that, to steal a lyric from the show, is “kind of a slay”"
Tim Drucker

Show Details

Dylan MarcAurele (Author) is a New York-based musical theater writer and composer. He composed the score for Lewis Loves Clark (2024 NAMT Festival; 2023 Richard Rodgers Award; 2020-21 Dramatists Guild Foundation Fellowship) and Tea With G (2021 reading dir. Scott Schwartz). He wrote book, music, and lyrics for Pop Off, Michelangelo! (2024 Edinburgh Fringe Festival; JMF Writers Grove at Goodspeed), MEG4N (dir. Tim Drucker, starring RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE Season 13 finalist Rosé), and The Real Housewives of New York (dir. Marc Tumminelli). In 2023, he wrote the song “Say Bravo!” for NBCUniversal’s inaugural Bravo Awards, sung by Andy Cohen and the cast of Vanderpump Rules. He also runs the 28K-follower musical Instagram account @rhonymusical. Harvard University, ’16.


Tim Drucker (Director) is a New York-based director, playwright and producer. With over a decade and a half of experience in tentpole comedy events, touring, and nearly a dozen Off-Broadway productions, Tim is a respected fixture in the industry. He has directed national tours across North America, entertaining audiences in major venues such as the Kirk Douglas Theater in Los Angeles, Mirvish Theatre Group in Toronto, Broadway in Chicago, and the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Tim has been privileged to work with some of the funniest talents across Broadway, film, and television. He continues to develop, direct and create new properties for commercial producers in both New York, Los Angeles and Canada. Tim specializes in developing new comedic work that resonates with audiences worldwide. Tim’s recent production, Trixie and Katya Live!, enjoyed a successful global tour and sold out audiences at Radio City Music Hall and Wembley Arena in London amongst its 90+ sold out stops. He was also in residence at the Apollo Theater in Chicago with Right Angle Entertainment, where his productions of the Bachelor and Love Actually musical parodies received unanimous critical acclaim. Tim has launched several successful Off-Broadway productions, including the 2021 reboot of Friends! The Musical Parody, which then returned to the road for a second year of its’ North American Tour. He is the acclaimed book writer of cult hit musicals such as Fat Camp, Perez Hilton Saves the Universe, and Spidermusical, which he also directed. As a member of the infamous sketch trio, The Other Baldwins, they created Haute Mess while in residence at Ars Nova. Tim directed the most recent longest running Off-Broadway comedy, Sex Tips for Straight Women, which has been featured on popular reality shows such as Real Housewives of New York City, Shahs of Sunset, and Kendra On Top. It played at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas until March 2020.


Brooke & Tiffany Engen (Choreography) Have directed and choreographed for theatre, television, film, music videos, live concerts, digital series and commercials. Choreography credits include: Love Actually the musical parody (Off-Bwy & Chicago Company), MEG4N the musical (Midnight Theatre),Hart Of Dixie on the CW, Marvel’s Runaways on Hulu, Barefoot Wine commercials, “Two Step” & “Kentucky Dirty” music videos for Laura Bell Bundy, Broadway Bares Las Vegas, The Prom (Axelrod Theatre), Legally Blonde (Cabrillo Theatre & The Lex). Associate Choreographer credits: Rock Of Ages (Off-Bwy & NCL), Kennedy Center Honors, BAZ (Mandalay Bay), Sleepless in Seattle (Pasadena Playhouse), Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Garry Marshall Theatre), and Hairspray LIVE on NBC. They have also been on the directing and choreography teams for Cirque Holidaze & Ringling Brothers. As performers, Broadway credits include: Beetlejuice The Musical, Hairspray, Legally Blonde, and Gypsy. Other show credits: Kinky Boots (Tour), Legally Blonde (Tour), Rock Of Ages (Vegas), Surf the Musical (World Premiere) Sleepless in Seattle (World Premiere), Come Fall In Love (World Premiere), Clueless (World Premiere), & Millennials Are Killing Musicals (World Premiere). TV/Film: Hairspray Live, Hairspray Movie (as Noreen/Doreen), Raising Hope, Smash, Hart Of Dixie, FBI, Law & Order: Organized Crime, & Code Black. @Brookethat @tifnedooda


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Rosé, gemini twin of her creator, Ross McCorkell, is one of the most dynamic and multi-talented entertainers in the drag industry on Planet Earth, and perhaps, other planets, as well.

Rosé is known foremost for her internationally celebrated performance as a finalist on the Emmy-slaughtering Season 13 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, but she has also made appearances on iCarly, America’s Got Talent, and The Voice, where she sang alongside her girl group, Stephanie’s Child, in a historical performance with pop icon, Jessie J.

A multi-faceted artist, Rosé is also well known as an actor, having traded in her heels for such roles as Captain Victor Garber in NYC’s award-winning Off-Broadway smash hit musical, Titanique. During her time with that show, she was awarded by Queerty for this professional breakthrough as an honoree on their 2023 Pride50 List. Rosé also made unofficial history last year as the first drag queen to formally play Glinda in The Wizard of Oz.

Rosé is a proud graduate of Wichita State University, where they majored in Musical Theater, with a deep dive into classical music, modern dance, and mime.

A creator of spectacular and often viral live drag performances, Rosé recently wrote, produced, and debuted Rosé and the Big Pink Blunt, her first ever one woman show. Hilarious, live-sung, and soon to be devastating audiences everywhere — follow @omgheyrose across social media or visit for tour dates, tickets, and merchandise!

We are no longer requiring masks in our theater. Masks are still encouraged to help keep our performers and audience members safe, but they are not required.

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