It was 2007— a year when world famous pop superstar Britney Spears was plagued by swarming paparazzi, personal struggles, and all-too public meltdowns. At the dawn of the age of the iPhone and social media as we know it, an unforgiving press exploited and profited upon the systematic stripping away of the starlet’s squeaky clean image, driving her to the edge and beyond.
But in the midst of the chaos, the carnage, and the catastrophe, Spears’ fifth studio album Blackout was born— an album which has gone on to be heralded as one of the most influential records of its time.
Join Drag superstar Alaska Thunderfuck, alongside director Nick Laughlin— with choreography by AJ Blankenship and Nick Laughlin— as they bring together Broadway’s finest singers and dancers, with the world’s fiercest and most groundbreaking Drag performers, in an ecstatic celebration of Britney’s heart, vulnerability, and power to endure.
On April 6, 2020, at Brooklyn’s queer owned and operated The Dollar Bill, come take the journey from “Gimme More” to “Mona Lisa.” From to lockdown to liberation. From breakdown, to BLACKOUT.