Venue Details

199 Star Starred
Theater J at Goldman Theater
1529 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036
202-777-3210
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Member Tips

Goldstar Member
No food/drink nearby. Snacks at the JCC were good though; and not movie theatre priced!
info Dec 20 2010 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Nearest parking garage 3 blocks -- difficult walk in sub-freeze. Take Metro/Bus, or taxicab!
info Dec 20 2010 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Limited parking available in JCC parking lot - $6.
info Dec 20 2010 star this tip starred
Rich Moonblatt
The Show is a Home Run!
info Dec 21 2010 star this tip starred
Roz
Closest decent place to eat is on P Street between 16th and 17th - Skewers.
info Dec 28 2010 star this tip starred
Asilam
Quite a few places to eat or grab a drink within a few block radius.
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Reviews & Ratings

49 ratings
4.7 average rating
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10 events
6 reviews
13 stars
attended Dec 19 2010

Yes, it's raunchy. Yes, it's likely to be offensive to all but the most open-minded Christians.... But if you know that going in, you're likely to be laughing out loud as I was... and groaning at some truly -- and intentionally --gawd-awful puns:>)

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27 events
20 reviews
12 stars
attended Dec 26 2010

Lots of fun, and great singers, but if you are at all squeamish about blue material, this will not be for you!

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100 events
37 reviews
45 stars
attended Dec 25 2011

Really funny but is not suitable for kids or very religious people since there is foul language and sexual suggestions. The singing was really good and the lyrics were hilarious.

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Website

http://washingtondcjcc.org/center-for-arts/theater-j/on-stage/11-12...

Quotes & Highlights

“High camp, unafraid, subversive…astonishing.” —San Francisco Chronicle
Visit the Kinsey Sicks "website. ":http://kinseysicks.com/

Description

The Kinsey Sicks began in 1993 as a group of friends who went to a Bette Midler concert in San Francisco dressed as the Andrews Sisters. Assuming they’d be among many drag queens, they found themselves to be the only ones (other than Bette, of course). They were approached that night to perform at an upcoming event. Their reply, “we don’t sing,” was quickly disproved when they realized that all of them had musical backgrounds. They began singing and harmonizing that night, and the seed for the Kinsey Sicks was planted.  

Its founders were a group of refugees from successful careers as professionals and activists. Member Ben Schatz (“Rachel”) is a Harvard-trained civil rights lawyer, former Director of the national Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, and one-time presidential advisor on HIV issues. Schatz created the first national AIDS legal project and authored Clinton’s HIV policy during the 1992 presidential campaign. Irwin Keller (“Winnie”) is a University of Chicago-trained lawyer and linguist and former director of the AIDS Legal Referral Panel of the San Francisco Bay Area. Keller authored Chicago’s gay rights ordinance, passed into law in 1989. In 2004, the Kinsey Sicks were joined by actor/singer/designer Jeff Manabat, who is responsible for Trixie’s inordinate glamour and soaring counter-tenor, as well as the entire group’s hot couture. Beginning in October of 2008, the Kinsey Sicks were joined by the hilarious and talented Spencer Brown (“Trampolina”), a Kansas City-based actor and singer, already known for his drag character Daisy Buckët (pronounced, of course, “bouquet”).

About the Ticket Supplier: Theater J

Theater J has emerged as one of the most distinctive, progressive and respected Jewish theaters in North America by virtue of its ambitious range of programming and the bold, imaginative artistry of its playwrights, directors, designers and actors. A program of the Washington DC Jewish Community Center, Theater J works in frequent collaboration with other components of the Washington DCJCC’s Morris Cafritz Center for the Arts: the Washington Jewish Film Festival, and the Literary and Music Department.