Jinkx Monsoon & Peaches Christ star in theatrical parody of acclaimed documentary -- with Mink Stole, Thomas Dekker & Bob The Drag Queen.
Saturday, April 25 at Mason Hall

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RuPaul's Drag Race sensation JINKX MONSOON and San Francisco drag legend PEACHES CHRIST will star in the New York Premiere of RETURN TO GRAY GARDENS, a theatrical comedy that pays homage to the acclaimed documentary film "Grey Gardens". This original stage show, written and directed by Joshua Grannell, also features MINK STOLE (Pink Flamingos), Thomas Dekker (Backstrom) and Bob The Drag Queen in a cast of 14. It will be performed for one night only, Saturday, April 25 at 7pm & 9pm at Mason Hall at Baruch Performing Arts Center (17 Lexington Avenue at 23rd Street). Tickets range from $25 - $75 at 212-352-3101 or

Set forty years into the future, RETURN TO GRAY GARDENS documents the lives of an aging drag mother (Big Peachy) and her bitter drag daughter  (Lil' Jinkxy) who continue to perform for an empty house at the now dilapidated and run-down Mason Hall in New York City. How did this happen? What will become of them? And will their famous and successful royal drag cousin step up and help out?

JINKX MONSOON is the alter ego of Jerick Hoffer, who graduated with a degree in theatrical performance from Cornish College in Seattle. With ten years experience on stage, Hoffer is a seasoned Portland-born entertainer who has captured the attention of his native northwest region. As early as 2006, Hoffer appeared as the lead dancer in the world's largest drag queen chorus line, which made the Guinness Book of World Records. By 2012, he had advanced to roles in Seattle theaters, playing Moritz in "Spring Awakening" (produced by Balagan Theatre), Angel in "Rent" (produced by The 5th Avenue Theatre), and Hedwig in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" (produced by Balagan Theatre and Seattle Theatre Group). In 2014, he was nominated for the Helpmann Award (alongside the likes of Cate Blanchett, Ivo Van Hove, Denis O'Hare and Baz Luhrmann), the Australian equivalent of a Tony, for his performanace in The Vaudevillians.

JOSHUA GRANNELL, the “altar” ego of PEACHES CHRIST, is a San Francisco-based filmmaker and entertainer who made his feature film directorial debut with the dark, horror comedy “All About Evil,” starring Natasha Lyonne, Thomas Dekkar (Bakstrom), Cassandra "Elvira" Peterson and Mink Stole.  He spearheaded the All About Evil: The Peaches Christ Experience in 4-D, a multimedia film/music event that toured the world featuring actors from the film and has created the immensely popular Midnight Mass movie series, an interactive celebration featuring a film tribute and live interview with a multitude of talent including John Waters, Elvira, Jennifer Tilly, Pam Grier and more. Grannell is currently developing, producing and distributing feature film projects, exclusive online content and ‘live’ events, for crazed fans, around the world. For additional information, visit

MINK STOLE is a household name for anyone familiar with the films of John Waters – she has appeared in every one of his features, and almost all of his movies. She began her film career in Waters’ 1966 short Roman Candles, but her appearances in films including Pink Flamingos, Female Trouble, Cry-Baby, Serial Mom and Hairspray have undeniably made her an underground legend. In 2013, she starred Off-Broadway in an acclaimed revival of Tennessee Williams’ The Mutilated opposite Penny Arcade. She is the lead singer of Mink Stole and Her Wonderful Band and released her first CD in 2011.  Mink also co-starred with Natasha Lyonne in Joshua Grannell’s comedy horror film All About Evil. Follow her at

THOMAS DEKKER currently stars opposite Rainn Wilson on Fox-TV's Backstrom. He is best known for his roles as John Connor in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Nick Szalinski on Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show, Zach on Heroes, and Adam on CW's The Secret Circle. His film credits include in the 2010 remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Gregg Araki's film Kaboom. In April 2011, Dekker starred as Lance Loud in the HBO original film Cinema Verite. He appeared in Daughtry's music video for their single, Waiting for Superman.

Bob The Drag Queen is one of New York’s fastest-rising drag stars. Time Out New York selected her one of NYC Top 10 queens ofr her  "mix of sparkle and shadiness" and Paper Magazine put her in their Top 25. She can bee seen performing regularly in New York at Industry, Barracuda, Therapy, The Monster and Boots & Saddle.