Parliament House's 2014-15 season

The Footlight Theatre at Orlando's Parliament House Resort will host several favorites from Orlando Fringe Festival as part of its 2014-15 season. Although the resort recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, it's business as usual in the clubs — and the theater.

The Parliament House is at 410 N. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando. For more information, go to parliamenthouse.com.

Here's what's in store:

DAPHNE FERRARO'S EVOLUTION OF DRAG: Aug. 23-24. Daphne Ferraro leads a cast of 12 drag queens and other entertainers with a trip down memory lane that shows how drag has evolved into what it is today. 7 p.m. Aug. 23, 2 p.m. Aug. 24. Tickets: $20 in advance at Wanzie.com; $25 at the door.

FIELD GUIDE TO THE GAYS: Saturdays, Sept. 6-20. Logan Donahoo revives his smash hit from the 2013 and 2014 Orlando Fringe Festivals. It's s romp through the trials and tribulations of growing up gay.

THE SCREW-YOU REVUE: Oct. 4-5. Presented by the Orlando Fringe Festival, plain-speaking Lady Winifred and charming Didi Pinache banter and bicker.

LITTLE MISS PARLIAMENT HOUSE: Oct. 12. Jeff Jones' spoof of "Toddlers and Tiaras"-like child beauty pageants features grown men as the little girls fighting for the crown.

A TIRED OLD WHORE: Saturdays, Nov. 1-22. Doug Ba'aser revives his Fringe show in which Taffy (played by Ba'aser himself) recalls her storied career in the world's oldest profession.

WANZIE'S ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL LIVING NATIVITY CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR: Saturdays, Nov. 29-Dec. 20, plus Dec. 22. Gidget Galore and retired lady of ill repute Taffy Pinkerbox (Doug Ba'aser) join in plans to create a living Nativity in this original holiday comedy.

SOMETHING'S WEIRD IN WEEKI WACHEE: Jan. 10-31, 2015. Another 2014 Fringe Festival show, "Something's Weird" is a pop-culture comic mystery (featuring the famous Weeki Wachee Springs mermaids) by local playwright John Ryan.