Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, NM)

Dolls' 'Diva Corral' is camp at high noon.(Venue)

Byline: David Steinberg Journal Staff Writer

The Dolls, the Albuquerque drag ensemble, spoofs spaghetti Westerns in its latest show "Gunfight at Diva Corral."

The musical comedy's story is loosely based on the 1950 Bette Davis-Anne Baxter movie "All About Eve," which is about a young actress who ingratiates herself in a prominent group of theater people so she can quickly become a star.

But "Gunfight" is set in the old West, said Ken Ansloan, an ensemble member.

Diva Corral is the name of the sweet, innocent Eve character who worms her way into the life of Dulcinea Borracho, the West's biggest saloon star, Ansloan said.

Diva plots Dulcinea's ruin by trying to seduce Dulcinea's best friend, Connie Adovada, to make Dulcinea miss a performance. …

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