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Note: Friday 8:00pm and Saturday 3:00pm shows will be followed by a discussion with the current cast and original members and founders Irwin Keller (original Winnie) and Maurice Kelly (original Trixie).
See below for other Cities, and for booking information.
25 Years of Dragapella®
For 25 years, The Kinsey Sicks have served up a feast of music and comedy to audiences at theatres, concert halls, cabarets and comedy festivals across the US and around the world! Their phenomenal performance record includes an Off-Broadway show, an extended run in Vegas, two feature films and three concert DVDs, nine albums, and appearances in over 40 US states, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Australia. The Kinsey Sicks' award-winning a cappella singing, sharp satire, and over-the-top drag have earned them a diverse and devoted following.
Their 25th Anniversary Show reprises their latest critically-acclaimed show, Things You Shouldn't Say!, named by Forbes Magazine as one of the "Best Theatre of 2017: Broadway and Beyond." Its “outrageousness tinged with outrage” takes on Trumpism through a celebration of the group’s origins with their signature heart, high hair, and harmonies.
A SAN FRANCISCO LEGEND
“Gloriously, proudly bad taste ... gut-busting parodies and raucous shtick ... high camp, unafraid, subversive ... astonishing.”
— SF Chronicle
“The hottest ticket in town ... Voices sweet as birdsong.”
— New York Times
The Kinsey Sicks make a triumphant return to their home of San Francisco for THREE PERFORMANCES ONLY at the glorious Marines Memorial Theatre on October 5 & 6, 2018. These shows mark the final San Francisco appearance of beloved AIDS activist attorney and Founder Benjamin Schatz (Rachel). Don't miss this remarkable event in Dragapella® herstory.
A Legacy of a Lifetime
In July 2018, The Kinsey Sicks' Founder and chief writer, Benjamin Schatz announced that he (and his loveably unboundaried character, Rachel) would retire from the stage after the groups' 25th Anniversary Tour. While Ben will continue to write for and work with remaining cast members Jeff Manabat, Spencer Brown, and Nathan Marken, Things you Shouldn't Say will mark his final performances. Ben's legacy is both responsible and irresponsible for the group's inventive lyrics, parodies, and shows - having been nominated for both a Drama Desk and Lucille Lortell award (the latter considered the Tony's of Off-Broadway).
The 25th Anniversary Tour
Catch us on tour; or Contact Us to book Things You Shouldn't Say