See it if You love a good drag show (and who doesn’t), this is maybe the best that there is! If you don’t love drag see it for great humor/singing.
Don't see it if You have a stick up your ass about drag queens or the holidays or just in general. These gals-this show is all about lots of low brow humor.
See it if Jewish gay oversexed liberal christmas song parodies. Excellent barbershop singing with clever lyrics. Four distinct characters.
Don't see it if An hour of this would have been fun. At 90 minutes the shtick became repetitive and grating.
“In the mood for smart, sassy humor delivered by an outstanding a cappella ensemble? Had it with ho-hum holiday dramaturgy? Get thee to Soho. The Kinsey Sicks, America’s favorite Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet, has created a holiday musical comedy full of wit, ingenuity and lipstick…Founding member Ben Schatz (Rachel) has penned a treasure trove of facetiously clever lyrics: sophisticated, scatological, bawdy, and shrewd…As fine an a cappella group as any I’ve heard.”
"The four members of the well-known 'dragapella beautyshop quartet' once again sing outrageous, raunchy remakes of holiday songs and indulge in campy patter. But this time, a portion of the talk and music reflects the age of Trump...No sacred cow is too delicate for this foursome to rope into a rodeo of spoofery...Each member of the quartet displays a distinctive, if equally glittery, personality...The characters’ personalities dovetail artfully with the show’s topicality."
"A show that is sure to provide relief with bawdy humor and outrageous musical numbers...While 'Oy Vey' has a plot, it's a thin one and basically serves as a setup for the jokes and songs. Both of which are filled with double entendres and one-liners, performed with great timing and harmonic perfection...Several of the politically charged songs were not only funny, but also quite astute...Four melodic ladies and enough humor to take the edge off a stressful season."
"In a show featuring stomach-bursting, cringe-worthy jokes, The Kinsey Sicks put on an uproariously hilarious, musically-infused Chanukah-Christmas mashup that left a venue full of twisted parodies and crushed funny-bones...The envelope-shredding Kinsey Sicks are a study in outrageousness...In between the singing, there were double entendres and jokes galore...The packed house gave the Sicks a well-deserved standing ovation for a raunchy-good time."