Kinsey Sicks: Dragapella Quartet in America's Next Top Bachelor Housewife
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Created by a dream team of musical theater superstars -- including some of the Tony-winning creative talents behind Avenue Q, In the Heights, Next to Normal and High Fidelity -- Bring It On: The Musical makes its way to the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts for a limited engagement after a successful national tour. Showcasing the intense rivalries and amazing athletics of the world of competitive cheerleading, this original story (inspired by the Bring It On film) centers on a perky high school girl named Campbell, a cheerleading captain who's forced to move to a new school. While struggling to define herself in an unfamiliar crowd of kids that look and act nothing like her, Campbell teams up with the hip-hop crew and starts a completely original cheer squad. The fresh-faced, high-energy cast lets loose with some incredible aerial stunts, choreographed to a soundtrack full of upbeat songs in this musical that The New York Times hailed as "impossible to resist!" Learn More
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My husband thought this was funnier than Deer Camp, but I disagree. Kinsey Sicks was funny, don't get me wrong - but most of the humor was funny in a very crude "shock value" kind of way. And some of the jokes were "groaners" instead of belly laughs. I would recommend it, if you don't mind a lot of crude humor. The part where they got an audience guy up on stage and sang a song about his "relations" with a farm animal was the only truly hilarious part. Generally the singing was pretty good considering one of the mics was cracking and popping, and I think one of the monitors was going in and out, making it hard for the guys to hear themselves. Go see it and decide for yourselves - just don't take your prim, prudish Grandma... or the kids.