Look who’s connecting the dots to off-Broadway.

RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10 contestant Dusty Ray Bottoms will star as the Mistress of Ceremonies in Cleopatra, a new immersive musical that invites audiences to attend a lavish soirée hosted by the legendary Queen of the Nile, Playbill reports.

Cleopatra is “a high-octane fusion of music, dance, fashion, theater, and nightlife that welcomes audiences into a wholly interactive experience,” according to an official description.

“Set to an original pop and EDM score spun by a live DJ, this exhilarating immersive musical traces history’s most seductive and powerful ruler, mixing historical drama with an enveloping spectacle that will have guests partying until the Empire falls.”

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Directed and choreographed by JT Horenstein, Cleopatra features a score by Jeff Daye and Laura Kleinbaum. Nya (Motown: The Musical) and Christian Brailsford (The Lion King) will lead the cast as ill-fated lovers Cleopatra and Marc Antony.

Dusty, who moved to New York from Kentucky, opened up about her passion for musical theater on Whatcha Packin’ with Michelle Visage: “As soon as I popped out of my mom, I was doing musicals on stage.”

A Broadway Plus VIP package for Cleopatra will include a meet-and-greet with Dusty and an autographed gift.

Drag Race season 9 runner-up Peppermint made herstory earlier this year in Head Over Heels as the first openly trans woman—and only the second Drag Race contestant—to originate a principal role on Broadway.

Cleopatra begins October 23 and opens November 7 at the Chelsea Music Hall.

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