America's Favorite Dragapella® Beautyshop Quartet

West Coast Tour Kicks Off in Palm Springs and San Diego

The Kinsey Sicks are arguably proud to launch our West Coast premiere of Things You Shouldn’t Say, our most deliciously provocative show ever! If you love Donald Trump you’ll hate this show, so flock to (or away from) Palm Springs and San Diego the first week of June to see the first Kinsey Sicks show ever that no critic has completely detested! Details are on our calendar page.

Later in June, America’s Favorite Dragapella® Beautyshop Quartet will inflict ourselves upon the hapless residents of San Francisco, Seattle, Sacramento, and South Lake Tahoe (or “SLuT”, as we like to call it). The Kinsey Sicks will also be performing in Pleasanton, CA, thereby ensuring that Palm Springs is not the only city we’ll perform in whose name starts with P instead of S.


Broadwayworld announces Kinsey appearances in SF and DC!

Broadwayworld announces both of the Kinsey's appearances with the SF Gay Men's Chorus in June in their joint concert The Gay Kitchen Sink, and with Theater J in July for the DC debut of Things You Shouldn't Say!

Missouri Loves Company: Kinsey Sicks in Kansas City and St. Louis!

Friday April 28 is the US premiere of our most provocative show yet, Things You Shouldn’t Say! If you love Donald Trump, you'll hate this show, a hilarious, thought-provoking, heartbreaking yet inspiring experience. Our daring new musical takes a searing journey into Trumpism, racism, AIDS, giraffes, Bette Midler, oblong vegetables, and the secret dating life of Steve Bannon. Get tix here.

Then join us on the opposite end of the state on Saturday April 29 for a special performance on behalf of the Gateway Men’s Chorus. Tix are available here.


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"Funny, dirty, profound, profane, witty, filthy, but the best description is the simplest: fantastic!"

- Edge Miami

"The hottest ticket in town ... taking the cabaret world by storm ... voices sweet as birdsong."

- New York Times

"Inventive...riotously funny...sublime."

- Variety

"TOP 6 PICK OF THE SEASON"

- The Sunday Mail (Australia)

"If you haven't made the acquaintance of The Kinsey Sicks, it's high time you did.... Uproarious... brilliant... authentically joyful."

- Washington Post

"All-you-can-enjoy buffet of fabulous… amazing voices... they perform superb a cappella versions of songs you will never remember the same way again."  

- Scotland on Sunday

"What proves possibly most striking... isn't merely their phenomenal vocal blend, but their astonishing ability to cross the line between harmonic brilliance and side-splitting comedy.”

- broadwayworld.com

"The Royal Shakespeare Company of drag performance."

- KQED San Francisco (National Public Radio)

"Outrageous, marvelous, hilarious ... they're golden-throated vocalists who defy categorization."

- Chicago Tribune

"Gloriously, proudly bad taste...gut-busting parodies and raucous shtick...high camp, unafraid, subversive...astonishing."

- SF Chronicle

"Riotously funny...ferociously creative...a must-see...everyone will enjoy themselves!"

- Time Out Magazine (New York)

"As funny as they are harmonious, they have already cemented their national reputation."

- The Boston Globe

"Gut wrenchingly funny...pitch perfect a cappella harmonies."

- The Advocate

"Hammy, hilarious music with a message... These are four men with big hair and big voices."

- Miami Herald

"Wickedly funny ... outrageous ... The Kinseys have earned flat-out critical raves."

- Detroit Free Press

"Beautifully sung, comic and politically savvy. It was a lark with substance and the audience (and I) went wild."

- Montreal Gazette

"Lavish! Outrageous! The Kinsey Sicks are solid comics and especially solid singers."

- New York Daily News

"Tight harmonies the Andrews Sisters would have envied. [V]ery funny ... intelligent ... touching."

- Boston Herald

"The Kinsey Sicks have produced one of the most joyous evenings of sharp comedic and musical material I've seen in decades."

- Theatermania.com

"A welcome breath of fresh air.... The audience could not stop laughing."

- Jewish Week (NY)