Dragapella Quartet The Kinsey Sicks Take on Reality TV
AMERICA’S NEXT TOP BACHELOR HO– USEWIFE CELEBRITY HOARDER MAKEOVER STAR GONE WILD
Sunday, October 19 at Baruch Performing Arts Center

“The Royal Shakespeare Company of drag performance.” — KQED San
Francisco (National Public Radio)

“The hottest ticket in town … taking the cabaret world by storm …
voices sweet as birdsong.”
— New York Times

“Thoroughly fun and entertaining… rich four-part harmony…
hilarious… this is one act that should not be missed.” — Billboard
Magazine

Drag quartet The Kinsey Sicks will perform AMERICA’S NEXT TOP BACHELOR
HO– USEWIFE CELEBRITY HOARDER MAKEOVER STAR GONE WILD at Baruch
Performing Arts Center on Sunday, October 19 at 7pm. In the show, the
internationally acclaimed drag group take on reality TV, and they’ll
stop at NOTHING to gain reality show fame. Tickets are $25 in advance
($30 day of show), with a $40 VIP option. Baruch Performing Arts
Center is located at 55 Lexington Avenue (entrance on 25th Street
between Lexington and Third Avenues). Tickets are available at
wwwSpinCycleNYC.com, by phone at 212-352-3101, or in person at the box
office.

With a phenomenal performance record that includes an Off-Broadway
show, an extended run in Vegas, two feature films, eight albums, and
appearances throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Australia,
The Kinsey Sicks hardly need an introduction. For over 20 years
America’s Favorite Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet has served up a feast
of music and comedy to audiences at performing arts centers, music
venues and comedy festivals in every kind of town you can imagine, in
over 40 states! Their award-winning a cappella singing, sharp satire
and over-the-top drag have earned the Kinsey Sicks a diverse and
devoted following.

October is LGBT month at Baruch College. Also taking place this month
at Baruch Performing Arts Center are Karen Finley: Written in Sand, An
Evening with Judy Gold, Alec Mapa: I Remember Mapa, a screening of the
documentary Saving Amy with a talkback from the director, a production
of the lesbian-themed play Baby GirL, and more.

Baruch Performing Arts Center is celebrating its tenth anniversary
this month. It is a unit of the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences
at Baruch College, part of the CUNY system.

Contact: Ron Lasko at ron@spincyclenyc.com or 212-505-1700 x. 11