Cowboy Dragqueen

presented by DragIn Productions

Cowboy Dragqueen

She's back...or is she? From the closet that brought you Fringe favorites "These Pumps are Killing Me" and "The Sound of Muzak" comes the tri of the trilogy. So saddle up and grab the reigns as our cowboy falls out of his Stetson's and into some JimmyChoo's.


Fri., Aug. 1 @ 5:30 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 2 @ 2:30 p.m.
Sun., Aug. 3 @ 7:00 p.m.
Tue., Aug. 5 @ 7:00 p.m.
Sun., Aug. 10 @ 5:30 p.m.

Show details

Venue: U of M Rarig Center Arena

Duration: 60 minutes

For ages 13+

Created by Patrick Braucher

Genres: Solo, Comedy

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Transformation & Tiaras
by dixie treichel Follow this reviewer
Rating 3 kitties
Behind the make-up and wigs, beyond the glam is the tale of a country boy. A story challenged with lip syncing too close for comfort. Transforming and dressing on stage was a great idea. Missing some of Patrick's brillant comedic timing sequences--but I loved being able to see the audience in their tiaras. Worth going to for that alone.

Coco is FAB!
by Greg Geiger Follow this reviewer
Rating 5 kitties
Another great story about Coco's life; an emotional and touching story about life's next chapter. Coco Makes you laugh and cry; very personal and revealing of personal strugles and triumpts of going through identity revolutions - loves and losses. A must see!

Cowboy Dragqueen
by Susan McCabe Follow this reviewer
Rating 0 kitties
this was the only show I've ever attended where I wanted a refund

totally unrehearsed (first show)

Who's Ms. Fondue, really?
by Space Girl Follow this reviewer
Rating 4 kitties
This show gets us into the mind of Patrick and how CoCo fits into his life, and where CoCo has taken him. We may not all have drag personalities, but many of us may have personalities within us that help us get through the day. I was captivated with this thought throughout the show.

Also, the scene in which the "flying fairy" helps Patrick turn into CoCo is visually stunning.

My friend who attended with me was not in tune with the subject matter at all and described his experience as, the show was like it was "trying to feed a flapjack to a ... a stork ... or whatever animal doesn't know anything about flapjacks."

CoCo's back!
by Claire Appleby Follow this reviewer
Rating 4 kitties
The Fringe's resident Drag Queen is back in the third installment of CoCo Fondue's trilogy. As always, the show is a personal examination and honest revelation of the inner struggle of persona vs. Drag persona and the evolution of each and the struggle to love and love again. It is a humorous treatment with fabulous musical numbers and costumes and is an honest and real performance. Braucher's struggle to reconcile each part of his personality and move forward in his life is given a great conclusion in this trilogy finale. Perhaps best understood if you've seen "These Pumps are Killing Me" or "The Sound of Muzak", but stands alone as a strong personal examination piece as well. James Peterson as always provides fabulous costumes, wigs, & makeup and this time even makes a special appearance in the show. This is a can't miss Fringe stop for adults. One can only hope that next year we get a CoCo prequel!

CoCo AND Cowboy...
by Shelley Wicinske Follow this reviewer
Rating 4 kitties
We really can have it all! I saw Cowboy DragQueen opening night, and I have committed to not missing closing night! Even in its fledgling stages, this show inspired me to think beyond a singular life goal... to realize that I can want, have and be so many beautiful and different facets of myself. Thank you CoCo and thank you Patrick!

Funny...but serious
by Beka Grathwol Follow this reviewer
Rating 4 kitties
My interpretation of Cowboy Dragqueen is a story of trying to figure out who Patrick really is. Perhaps we can all relate, this world demands so much of us, it's pretty much impossible not to get lost at some point or another.

The play is hillarious but underneath the funny stuff you can feel human suffering. Very moving. The scene where Patrick turns into CoCo and then turns back into Patrick are both stunning. I love the audience participation. And I think Patrick is amazing!

Cowboy Foundue All The Way
by Richard Heise Follow this reviewer
Rating 4 kitties
A poignant look at the search for identity. Intense subject matter well handled in this enjoyable performance. Probably not for everyone.

She's working on it!
by James Peterson Follow this reviewer
Rating 4 kitties
Hey Kids! CoCo is back and she has a funny story to tell! After an opening night/dress rehearsal, she got her wig on straight for today!

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