Kinsey Sicks: Dragapella Quartet in America's Next Top Bachelor Housewife
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A well-reviewed hit at this year's Minnesota Fringe Festival, Now I See is an imaginative adaptation of a 1930s-era radio drama that's been freshly translated to the stage by a crack ensemble of eight, who play multiple roles and create live sound effects. Famed radio writer Arch Oboler, best known for his long-running horror series Lights Out, penned this powerful audio play. Originally titled The Story of Mr. Ginsburg, this Chameleon Theatre Circle production tells the story of an aspiring fight manager looking to land an up-and-coming boxing prodigy. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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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.
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Very funny, but also very naughty. We loved it, and laughed a lot, although some parts were a little "raw" even for our liberal, crazy minds. Hugely impressed with the talent of these four guys - almost two straight hours of funny, musical skits...continued
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