Starring Quinn Lemley
Written and Directed by Carter Inskeep
Rita Hayworth known as “The Love Goddess” is known for her performance in the film noir classic, Gilda, performing the striptease, "Put The Blame On Mame.”
The hottest sex symbol of the ’40’s.
Courted by the world’s most powerful men, Orson Welles, Prince Aly Khan, Howard Hughes…
This critically acclaimed concert performed by Quinn Lemley. Will Friedwald (WSJ) proclaims “Lemley has the talent, charm and vivaciousness, not to mention sensuality to pull it off.”
Sirius Satellite - “Lemley seductively takes you through the highs and lows with passion”.
Heartfelt stories of marriages to Orson Welles, Prince Ally Khan and co-stars, Sinatra, Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly. An insider’s look at 1940’s Hollywood.
“Quinn sizzles as Hayworth” - The Desert Sun
Written and Directed by Carter Inskeep (Always Patsy Cline) backed by a quartet of 20 songs of the Golden Age Of Hollywood led by Tom Wilson and quartet. Legendary composers, Berlin, Arlen, Kern and Gershwin with hit songs Put THe Blame on Mate, Bewitched, The Lady Is A Tramp from iconic films, Gilda, Pal Joey, Cover Girl & more. At Don’t Tell Mamas where it all began. A rare chance to see this show up-close and personal with gowns by Michael Louis and Mr Wendall Goings and shoes by Mike Brown. Presented by Paul Horton, Century Artists Management Agency.
“You don’t have to squint your eyes to see that Rita’s in the room.” - NY Post
“Lemley is so good, tight, mysterious, this experience becomes a revelation.” - Paper Magazine
“An arrow aimed straight into the target” - Cabaret Scenes
“Spellbinging” - Village Voice
PROOF OF VACCINE REQUIRED