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The Final, Final Farewell Tour of Dick and Delores DelRubio
Wednesday, January 18
Wednesday, January 18, 2023 - Tuesday, January 31, 2023
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Dick and Delores are now booking their 2023-2024 touring season. Please email to for booking inquiries

The Most Innocently Inappropriate 

Couple That Never Was


The New World Renowned Musical 

The Final, Final Farewell Tour

Of Delores & Dick DelRubio



        ALAN PALMER                         ANDREW ORBISON


Music                                                                     Lyrics

   Andrew Orbison                                                        Alan Palmer



The hilarious homage to the husband and wife lounge act duo, Dick and Delores DelRubio has planned a United States tour featuring 20 cities in 24 days, June of 2017. Dick and Delores share their stories of celebrity, love, life and entertaining. From competing with Liz Taylor, wedding Elvis, bedding Donald Trump and performing in burlesque, Dick and Delores will literally charm the pants right off of you!


Writer/ creator ALAN PALMER has outdone himself with this loving and hysterical tribute to the Prima Lounge acts reminiscent of yesteryear. Andrew Orbison’s music adds just the right amount of camp with bouncing melodies and haunting ballads.


It’s a must see for all lovers of comedy and irreverence!

-Tracy Gore! 

LA Critic, The Ticket Stub


Best Cabaret shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016

-The List


The Final, Final Farewell Tour of Dick and Delores DelRubio is a fond and feisty little homage to old school cabaret and its people, full of camp musical mischief.

-Fresh From The Stalls


Palmer and Orbison’s characters are lovingly written with just the right hint of sass and satire that makes them very easy to adore and be on board with. They’re funny, and sometimes exotically ridiculous, but are always personable and piffy. There has been a lot of thought into their exuberant back-stories, but there’s never so much detail that they’re too complex a couple. 

-G. G. Critic