Last Chance: Kinsey Sicks To Go Bust in San Fran, April 30

News   Last Chance: Kinsey Sicks To Go Bust in San Fran, April 30 The title of the latest Kinsey Sicks show may be New York or Bust, but the Dragapella Barbershop quartet is sticking it out at home in San Francisco a little longer, finishing up the April 8-30 run of their newest piece at the New Conservatory Theatre Center April 8-30.

The title of the latest Kinsey Sicks show may be New York or Bust, but the Dragapella Barbershop quartet is sticking it out at home in San Francisco a little longer, finishing up the April 8-30 run of their newest piece at the New Conservatory Theatre Center April 8-30.

The Sicks are hoping to bring the show to New York City for an Off Broadway run eventually, but there is no word yet on when or where the Manhattan stint will occur.

Performing together for five years, the Sicks' previous productions at the New Conservatory have included Sicks Appeal, The Balled Sopranos: At Home with the Kinsey Sicks, GreatesTits and Motel-Sicks. The group's twin CDs, "Dragapella" (1997) and "Boyz 2 Girlz" (1999), feature the new a cappella classics "Don't Be Happy? Worry," "Beaver," "AZT," "Titanic: Why Does Celine Go On?," "I Will Swallow Him," "Baby Dyke," and the Yiddish classic, "Papirossen," among others.

Tickets are $22. The New Conservatory Theatre is located at 25 Van Ness Avenue near Market Street. For reservations, call (415) 861-8972. The Kinsey Sicks are on the web at http://www.kinseysicks.com.

Next up at NCTC will be Harvey Fierstein’s landmark comedy-drama, Torch Song Trilogy, starting previews May 24, opening June 3 and running through July 15. -- By Christine Ehren