Todrick Hall Will Return to the Land of Lola in West Coast Regional Premiere of Kinky Boots

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Performances begin in California in February 2020.
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Broadway, YouTube, and RuPaul’s Drag Race star Todrick Hall, who played Lola in the long-running Broadway production of Kinky Boots, will return to the role in 2020 when 3-D Theatricals presents the West Coast regional premiere of the Tony-winning musical.

Performances of the musical, which features a book by four-time Tony winner Harvey Fierstein and a score by Tony winner Cyndi Lauper, are scheduled for February 14–March 1, 2020, at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, in Cerritos, California.

Todrick Hall in Kinky Boots
Todrick Hall in Kinky Boots Jenny Anderson

The 3-D Theatricals production will feature the original Broadway scenic, costume, and prop design. Additional cast and creative team members will be announced in coming weeks.

Read: GO BACKSTAGE AT KINKY BOOTS WITH TODRICK HALL

Hall has also previously appeared on Broadway in Chicago, Memphis, and in the original production of The Color Purple. His myriad viral YouTube videos frequently draw on his affinity for musical theatre and have featured such stage alums as current Waitress star Shoshana Bean, Jay Armstrong Johnson, and Alex Newell. He also made his London stage debut in Chicago.

Hall toured the U.S. with a concert presentation of his 2016 studio recording and subsequent video album Straight Outta Oz, which compares his life and career with L. Frank Baum's classic novel. He also has Broadway aspirations for the title, previously telling Playbill, “I want this show to do so much more than a YouTube visual album. I think this show has the potential to be on Broadway in some shape or form. That’s my goal.”

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