The Lady in Question

Sutton Lee Seymour is... The Lady in Question, Graphic Design showing a red headed woman winking.




"The Lady in Question has every lovable old cliché from 1940’s movie history, sent up with the flamboyance of a Fourth of July rocket." - USA Today 




 A free-wheeling satire of 1940’s thrillers, The Lady in Question tells the suspenseful tale of Gertrude Garnet, the most glamorous concert pianist on the international stage. On tour in 1940 Bavaria, her colossal self-absorption is challenged when a handsome American professor engages her aid in rescuing his mother from a Nazi prison. WMU Theatre is thrilled to welcome back alum, and New York City-based drag queen, Sutton Lee Seymour to star as the gorgeous lady in question!

*Not recommended for children under the age of 10.


  Sutton Lee Seymour is New York City's Live Singing Broadway Bombshell and she is so excited to be home in Kalamazoo! 

Off-Broadway credits include the musical version of BUNNICULA (Off-Broadway Alliance Award for Best Family Show) also written by Charles Busch! Sutton Lee has appeared in several new shows with the New York Musical Theatre Festival and the New York Fringe Festival. Regional Theatre appearances include Mason Street Warehouse, Wagon Wheel Theatre, Timber Lake Playhouse, and Act II Stages.TV/Film appearances: WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE with Andy Cohen on BravoTV, WORDS on Amazon Prime. Tours with Atlantis Events on their gay cruise vacations as well as sold out shows in NYC, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Puerto Vallarta, plus Saugatuck at The Dunes Resort and in Kalamazoo at the Farmer's Alley Theatre! WMU Credits: OTHELLO, MISALLIANCE, LEND ME A TENOR, BRIGADOON, ALL IN THE TIMING, SAND: THREE BY ALBEE, ONCE ON THIS ISLAND, and LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS in the Footlight Series directed by fellow WMU alum, David Alpert!Favorite  Kalamazoo appearances include Tobias in SWEENEY TODD at the Kalamazoo Civic Theatre and Abbe de Coulmier in QUILLS with KnockAbout Theatre Company.


Shaw Theatre

November 9, 10: 7:30pm 

November 15, 16, 17: 7:30pm 

November 18: 2:00pm 



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