Last night I saw Yadi Presents Gotham Vixens at the Yost Theater. It was hilarious and quite entertaining.
Batman (Mr. Snapper) and Alfred (Mr. Buddy) hosted. Poor Batman realized that the birthday card he got in the mail from the Joker poisoned him. The audience joined Batman in asking Alfred to help him find an antidote.
There were many great performers as a variety of Batman characters. One of my favorite Batman characters, Harley Quinn, (played by Dolly Danger, I think) was included in the fun. The effectively had three costumes; she started as a nurse, had a formal red dress underneath, and wore something a bit more fun under that.
I took the photo from a Snapchat. Thanks, friend!
The Joker, played by Martini Bombshell, threw signed playing cards into the audience. I got this Jack of Hearts. A Jack is almost a Joker, right?
Frankie Sin as the Penguin and Lyra La Belle as Catwoman were both great. Mercury Troy’s played an acurately cold and distant (while still entertaining) Mr. Freeze. The Scarecrow’s (Iza La Vamp) act was interesting because I mostly found myself anxiously awaiting the removal of the sack-like mask!
There was one person Batman knew couldn’t have been the one who did it. He remarked that this person had been in love with him for years.
He was talking about Robin (Tito Bonito), of course! This was easily the most hilarious act of the show, which included Robin seductively running his hands over Batman’s chest.
Once Batman realized he wasn’t poisoned and that it was just from his seven Doritos Locos Tacos he had for lunch from Taco Bell, heroes and villains put aside their differences to say good bye. It was a great evening!
The cast, as best I can determine:
|Drea Dillinger||The Riddler|
|Red Snapper||Poison Ivy|
|Iza La Vamp||Scarecrow|
|Mercury Troy||Mr. Freeze|
|Dolly Danger||Harley Quinn|
|Lyra La Belle||Catwoman|
|Martini Bombshell||The Joker|
|Vivienne Von Deadly||Mad Hatter|
I’m not positive about who played Batwoman, and Twoface ended up not being in the show.