I DREAM OF JACKIE 2: JACKIE'S NIGHTMARE

Drag performer Jackie Cox returns as a magical Genie -- and her evil twin -- in this new comic spectacular!
October 20 & 21 at Laurie Beechman Theatre

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"An emotional roller coaster loaded up with belly laughs.. A delight to watch, filled with heart!" - Werrrk.com review for “I Dream of Jackie”

“This queen has made her drag mark with her wit, glamorous looks, and Mary Poppins attitude.”- Thotyssey.com

"Jackie scores." – Michael Musto, Out.com (review for “Make America Gay Again!”)

After an acclaimed debut in July, drag star JACKIE COX returns to the Laurie Beechman with a brand new sequel: I DREAM OF JACKIE 2: JACKIE’S NIGHTMARE! Directed and choreographed once again by Blake Mciver, in JACKIE’S NIGHTMARE, evil twin sister Jacqueline escapes her bottle and has devious plans of her own. It will be presented for two nights only -- Friday, October 20 and Saturday October 21, both shows at 7 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.

I DREAM OF JACKIE 2: JACKIE’S NIGHTMARE! stars Jackie Cox as not one, but TWO magical Genies in this fantastical tale. In the tradition of great 1960’s sitcom plot twists, we meet Jackie’s evil and jealous twin, Jacqueline -- whose biggest wish is to turn all of Jackie’s dreams into a terrible nightmare! With her Handsome Harem Boys, Drew Bloom and Blake McIver, back at her side Jackie must use her magic to fend off her sister in an outrageous comedy spooktacular featuring her signature blend of musical theater, hit pop songs, and fabulous dancing! But are the powers of Jackie’s wishes strong enough, and bright enough, to withstand the evil forces that invade her dreams? Be careful what you wish for, because you’re about to find out!

JACKIE COX burst onto the NYC drag scene in 2010 as 1st Runner-Up in the 1st season of the long running New World Stages "So You Think You Can Drag?" competition. Since then she has headlined her own shows off-Broadway in NYC ("Jackie Cox: Westward Ho" at New World Stages) and beyond ("Jackie Cox: I had it in me!" at the Theatre Out in Orange County, CA). She has also appeared in shows at the Laurie Beechman Theater (“Make America Gay Again”, "Paige Turner's Easter Eggstravaganza"), and The Crown & Anchor of Provincetown ("Gypsies"). Recently, Jackie appeared on TV in 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.

BLAKE MCIVER  (Director/Choreographer): After directing the acclaimed I DREAM OF JACKIE, Blake recently made his Laurie Beechman solo debut with his one-man-cabaret “Blake Sings Barbra” and will be returning for an encore engagement on October 22nd. With creative accomplishments ranging from film and television to live theatre and the recording studio, Blake has succeeded professionally as an actor, writer, director, producer and recording artist. Performing on network television at age six, his starring roles on hit series such as “Full House” and “Hey Arnold” led to feature films including “The Little Rascals” and gave him the opportunity to work with Steven Spielberg and Penelope Spheeris. He also appeared in the World Premiere of the hit musical, “Ragtime”, with Tony Award winning director, Frank Galati. While managing his own theatre company, YMTA, Blake directed Elton John and Tim Rice’s “AIDA” at the Thousand Oaks Performing Arts Center and produced the critically acclaimed production of “The Light in the Piazza” at the El Portal Theatre. Blake is a graduate of UCLA's school of Theater, Film, and Television.

DREW BLOOM is thrilled to return to the Laurie Beechman for I DREAM OF JACKIE 2. He attended Marymount Manhattan College for their Acting and Musical Theatre programs. Drew has worked with the likes of Pat Birch, Christopher and Charlotte D'Amboise, Pat Simon, Jeff Shade, Christine Riley, and Stephen Purdy, among others. Applause! Applause! calls Bloom, "an outstanding, talented, and charismatic actor who would excel in almost any role." www.drewbloom.com.