Drag legend celebrates her birthday by unwrapping some new parodies and sharing some of her greatest hits.
July 22 & 23 at The Laurie Beechman Theater

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“Amazingly witty, and sarcastic... Ms. Beat’s wickedly morose humor has split the sides of many unsuspecting spectators, performing your favorite tunes in her own twisted way.” -- Village Voice

“A triple-shot barrage of twisted songs, barbed social commentary, and all-around bad taste” -- Staten Island Advance

"Hostile, lewd, and riotously funny" -- Time Out

JACKIE BEAT, the self-professed child of "Weird" Al Yankovic and Bette Midler returns to Times Square with JACKIE BEAT: THE BIRTHDAY SHOW at The Laurie Beechman Theater (inside West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42nd Street -- at Ninth Avenue, accessible from the  A,C,E,N,R,V,F,1,2,3 trains at 42nd Street). Performances are Saturday, July 22 at 8pm and Sunday, July 23 at 4pm. Tickets are $24 (plus a $20 food/drink minimum) at 212-352-3101 or www.SpinCycleNYC.com.

This July, drag legend JACKIE BEAT celebrate her birthday weekend in New York, unwrapping some new parody songs and sharing some of her greatest hits. So here are the ground rules: Do not make eye contact.  Do not ask "how old?" Laugh loudly. Drink. Gifts optional.

Award-winning drag darling JACKIE BEAT has been wowing unsuspecting audiences since 1989.  She has toured with Roseanne Barr -- as the comic legend’s opening act -- including a 7-week run at The New York New York in Las Vegas; written for TV (Fashion Police, Hello Ross, Hype! and others) and collaborated on special material with the like of Roseanne, Rosie O’Donnell and Jennifer Coolidge; appeared in countless TV shows (Sex and the City), movies (Grief, Wigstock The Movie, Flawless, Adam & Steve)  and Off-Broadway hits (Valley of the Dolls, Tell-Tale!).  She has been named Best Drag Queen by New York Press and Best Live Performance by HX Magazine. Jackie is also a columnist, lead singer for the electro-rock band, Dirty Sanchez, and the subject of the documentary film My Name is Jackie Beat including commentary from Joan Rivers, Margaret Cho, and Roseanne.