America's Favorite Dragapella® Beautyshop Quartet

"Oy Vey in a Manger"/"Things You Shouldn't Say" finish Off-Broadway this week; "Oy Vey" moves to SF Dec 26-30

No more putting it off! Do you want to be the only tasteless schmuck who hasn’t seen Things You Shouldn’t Say and Oy Vey in a Manger Off-Broadway this month?

Thank you all who caught the final showing of Things You Shouldn’t Say! Here are the most recent critical raves about the show:

Forbes Magazine praised it as 1 of 11 shows in "Best Theater of 2017: Broadway and Beyond" and raved: "riveting ... a humbling, hilarious delivery system of painful truths ... 'Things You Shouldn’t Say' will push buttons you didn’t know you had. And there is perhaps no higher compliment to give a queen than that."

"Eloquent and essential ... This is a crucial piece of theater: intelligent, poignant and heart-rending ... We need 'Things You Shouldn’t Say.' We need more plays like this one. With humor, honesty and a score of tunes that will have you in stitches, 'Things You Shouldn’t Say' successfully tackles one the biggest heartbreaks in history … powerful and funny.” ~Theater Pizzazz

And here’s how the critics are praising Oy Vey in a Manger!

"A raunchy parody of a holiday show that could make even Scrooge smile.” ~NY Post

"In the mood for smart, sassy humor delivered by an outstanding a cappella ensemble? The Kinsey Sicks, has created a holiday musical comedy full of wit, ingenuity and lipstick … pitch-perfect … a treasure trove of facetiously clever lyrics ... endlessly funny ... This Beautyshop Quartet is as fine an a cappella group as any I’ve heard ... Give yourself the gift of laughter for the holidays. See 'Oy Vey In A Manger.'”
~Theater Pizzazz

Can’t see Oy Vey in New York? No problem! There are 7 shows at SF’s renowned Boxcar Theatre December 26-20.

Hype-y holidays!

Buy your loved ones several thousand tickets for our Off-Broadway run of TWO shows, Dec 7-24!

Our blissfully blasphemous antidote to holiday good cheer, Oy Vey in a Manger, is finally getting the Off-Broadway attention it deserves, with a run at New York’s renowned SoHo Playhouse Dec 7-24! Please tell all your friends who live in or travel to New York not to resist this irresistibly irreverent treat! As The Washington Post raved, "In an ecumenical display of wicked joie de vivre, The Kinsey Sicks are sending up everything that's holy. If you haven't made the acquaintance of The Kinsey Sicks, it's high time you did.” Tickets for this droll yet dulcet Dragapella® desecration are available here.

But why see us in just one show when you can suffer through two? As a result of the phenomenal audience and critic response to our new show Things You Shouldn’t Say, we’re bringing it back to SoHo Playhouse for 3 shows only, for those who missed it (or can’t get enough). Get your tickets now!


Watch The Kinsey Sicks Dress CNN's Jeffrey Toobin in Drag! What He Does Next will Amaze/Inspire/Shock/Fill-in-the-Blank You!

Is CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin the most charmingly awful drag queen of all time? Watch this video as The Kinsey Sicks choose him as our drag victim during our closing number, surprising him and an audience celebrating Harvard Law School's bicentennial in September!

But Jeffrey gets his revenge by stunning us with his remarks afterwards. Trust us, you don’t want to miss them. Was this mutual surprise encounter responsible for Mr. Toobin’s incredible profile on fellow Harvard Law alumnus Ben Schatz/Rachel and The Kinseys in The New Yorker a month later? (Read The New Yorker piece here!


For more dish and gossip click here.

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

- Edge Miami

"Riveting ... a humbling, hilarious delivery system of painful truths ... Things You Shouldn’t Say will push buttons you didn’t know you had. And there is perhaps no higher compliment to give a queen than that."

- Forbes Magazine

Named 1 of 11 shows as "Best Theater of 2017: Broadway and Beyond"

- Forbes Magazine

"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

"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)