The Bearded Ladies Cabaret Company along with a slew of incredible partners and artists, announce show details for the Beardmobile — a roving, multi-use cabaret truck that makes live performance accessible in the age of the pandemic. The 15-foot box truck will be the main stage for a series of outdoor pop-up performances throughout Philadelphia, presented as part of the queer cabaret group’s Late Night Snacks series this May.

The Bearded Ladies Cabaret is a Philadelphia-based troupe of artists who use cabaret to tackle the politics of gender, identity, and artistic invention with sparkle and wit. Cabaret, a unique blend of popular and ‘high’ art, lends itself particularly well to artistic exploration of contemporary issues. Their interdisciplinary productions also draw from traditional theatre, opera, dance, and art installation. In their 10-year history, they have collaborated with the Wilma Theater, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Kimmel Center, Opera Philadelphia, FringeArts, and Eastern State Penitentiary to bring their unique form of cabaret to more than 10,000 Philadelphians.

With a rotating cast of hosts, the Beardmobile will be popping up in neighborhoods across Philadelphia starting in May. 

More information on ticketing and reservations can be found here