Kinsey Sicks in “Each Hit & I!”
The newest Kinsey Sicks touring show offers you an intimate evening with the divas, free of the constraints of plot, the shackles of good taste, the false god of talent and the illusion of refunds. This show includes ten (count ’em) brand new Kinsey Sicks songs!
The Kinsey Sicks return to Club Mañana for a fourth season!
Eight shows only:
- Friday, February 5 at 9 pm
- Saturday, February 6 at 9 pm
- Monday, February 8 at 9 pm
- Wednesday, February 10 at 9 pm
- Thursday, February 11 at 8 pm (note the time!)
- Sunday, February 14 at 8 pm (note the time!)
- Monday, February 15 at 9 pm
- Wednesday, February 17 at 9 pm
For Kinsey performances at Club Mañana’s Skybar, enter through El Cabaret at 284 Basilio Badillo.
Tickets are $300 pesos for the show or $200 pesos for the show if you have dinner at El Cabaret Restaurant first. For tickets visit Club Mañana.
THE KINSEY SICKS, America’s Favorite Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet, bring their new touring show Puerto Vallarta this February at Club Manana.
Spawned in San Francisco 16 years ago, THE KINSEY SICKS combine rich, four-part harmony, biting satire and over-the-top drag. THE KINSEY SICKS have performed in 40 states, Mexico, Canada, and Europe, and will soon have their Australia debut during Sydney Mardi Gras 2010. Billboard Magazine calls them “one act that should not be missed” and the New York Times has praised their “voices sweet as birdsong.”
THE KINSEY SICKS starred in their own Off-Broadway show at New York’s legendary Studio 54 and have headlined in Las Vegas. They have released six CDs and were the subjects of two feature films, both of which premiered at the San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
In their all-new musical review, “KINSEY SICKS: EACH HIT & I,” the girls treat us to an evening of politics, personal revelations and plain old raunch – and all in glorious four-part harmony! According to THE KINSEY SICKS, “Each Hit & I” is an intimate evening, in which the audience can enjoy the dragapella divas “without the constraints of plot, the shackles of good taste, the false god of talent or the illusion of refunds.”