RuPaul's Drag Race favorite makes a heavenly return with her divine musical comedy. A relig-ish experience.
November 17 & 18 at The Laurie Beechman Theatre

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After a critically acclaimed debut in May 2015 and an encore engagement by-popular-demand, RuPaul's Drag Race favorite GINGER MINJ returns to New York City with her wildly popular autobiographical comedy CROSSDRESSER FOR CHRIST at The Laurie Beechman Theatre (inside West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42nd Street -- at Ninth Avenue). It will run for two performances only: Friday, November 17 at 7pm with a special brunch matinee on Saturday, November 18 at 2pm. Tickets are $22 plus a $20 food/drink minimum.  A $40 VIP ticket including priority seating and meet-and-greet is also available. To purchase tickets, call 212-352-3101 or visit

CROSSDRESSER FOR CHRIST  is musical comedy that tracks Ginger Minj's quest for spiritual enlightenment in song and story. Raised as a Southern Baptist in Lake County, Florida the self-described "chubby little lady-boy" gets tired of having hell and damnation shoved down her throat. So she begins her own search for alternative answers. It is a wild and wacky journey that promises to have you on your knees before the night is over. A relig-ish experience.

GINGER MINJ has long reigned as The Comedy Queen of The South, with the pageant titles, including “Miss Gay United States 2013,” “Miss National Comedy Queen 2012” and others. Originally from Leesburg, Florida, she now calls Orlando home. Minj cites classic funny ladies Carol Burnett and Lucille Ball as her idols. “Anyone who can pile three wigs on their head, squeeze their body into a beaded and rhinestoned gown and serve humor alongside the glamour is my hero,” says Ginger. Ginger’s future career goal is to follow in the footsteps of similar plus-sized comedians like Melissa McCarthy and Rebel Wilson. And she’s already got the acting credits; before becoming Ginger Minj, this talented performer was a child actor starring in a series of Christian movies and books on tape, and even won a Best Actor Award for the state of Florida in 2002.