Drag performers Jackie Cox and Chelsea Piers return with an all-new screwball musical comedy.
March 6 - 20 at The Laurie Beechman Theatre

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By popular demand, drag stars JACKIE COX and CHELSEA PIERS return to the Laurie Beechman Theatre with their acclaimed musical comedy JACKIE AND CHELSEA'S HIGH SCHIOOL REUNION. It will presented Wednesdays, March 6 - 20 at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $22 ($35 VIP with reserved seating and meet & greet), and may be purchased online at www.SpinCycleNYC.com or by phone at 212-352-3101. The Laurie Beechman Theatre is located inside the West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42nd Street. There is also a $20 food/beverage minimum at all performances.

CHELSEA PIERS and JACKIE COX are the best of girlfriends and two of the fiercest queens in town, or so they thought. When an invitation to their high school reunion arrives, they’re hell bent on making a splash, even if it means taking some creative liberties when it comes to showing off their so-called fabulous lifestyle. An homage to the classic, “Romy & Michele” with a dash of your favorite campy cult films thrown in for good measure, these live singing, GLAM Award-winning divas will take you on an epic adventure through the music of the 80s, 90s, and today’s Top 40 hits. Dust off your yearbook, throw the top down, and get ready to relive your glory days with two of the coolest girls on campus in JACKIE AND CHELSEA'S HIGH SCHIOOL REUNION!

JACKIE COX is best known to Laurie Beechman audiences as the lovable genie from her hit 2017 Glam Award nominated show I Dream of Jackie and its sequels Jackie's Nightmare & Jackie’s Winter Wish as well as from her numerous collaborations with Paige Turner (You Don't Own Me, Make America Gay Again). You can also catch her as “Mabel Syrup” in the harmonic trio The Hell’s Kitchenettes. She initially burst onto the NYC drag scene in 2010 as 1st Runner-Up in the first season of New World Stages "So You Think You Can Drag?" competition and went on to win the 8th and final season as a returning All-Star. She has headlined her own shows off-Broadway in NYC (Jackie Cox: Westward Ho and Just Jackie! at New World Stages) and beyond (Jackie Cox: I had it in me! at the Theatre Out in Orange County, CA, Chelsea Piers: Gypsies at the Crown and Anchor of Provincetown, MA). Recently, Jackie appeared on TV in ABC's "What Would You Do?" alongside Rupaul's Drag Race star Monét X Change, in Fusion's "Shade: Queens of NYC", and numerous appearances on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live", winning the title of "Real Queen of Beverly Hills" for her impersonation of TV personality and Depends undergarment spokeswoman, Lisa Rinna.

CHELSEA PIERS made her Laurie Beechman debut in 2018 with her GLAM Award nominated show, "Are You There Ru? It's Me, Chelsea". She is a two time GLAM Award winner for Breakthrough Artist and as a core cast member of NYC's longest running drag revue, QUEEN. A collision of Gwen Verdon & Gwen Stefani, her career began in Provincetown, MA where she was promoted from the role of shirtless, male backup dancer to dazzling, drag starlet of the hit drag revue ICONS.. She never dreamed as an aspiring young actor that lip syncing to Celine Dion in three pairs of fake eyelashes and five pairs of tights would pay the bills, but she decided to roll with the punches. She has starred on Fusion TV's "Shade: Queens of NYC", and has appeared on “Watch What Happens Live” as Sarah Jessica Parker, Carrie Underwood, and almost as Slave Leia until Carrie Fisher cancelled because of her sick dog. She also appears in the Netflix revival of "Tales of the City", premiering this year.