Your favorite Disney tunes get a perverted makeover in this new raunchy cabaret comedy.
Friday, June 23, 2023 at Laurie Beechman Theatre

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Mickey's Uncut Hits: A Raunchy Cabaret is a make-you-laugh-out-loud, sex-positive comedy-cabaret show. Featuring parody versions of classic Disney hits, your favorite childhood melodies have been re-imagineered into an entire soundtrack of salacious XXX songs. Dirty jokes, sexy singalongs & happy endings are guaranteed!

Conceived and written by writing and comedy team KAJOLE, Mickey’s Uncut Hits is not puritanical in any way. So, BE WARNED! Unless you are a prude, we promise a night of pure fun! Featuring songs like "The Circle Jerk Tonight" and "Booty is a Feast," audiences are sure to fall in love with – and hopefully get off with – these timeless tunes. And really, who doesn’t love Disney and a good dirty joke? Imagine an entire cabaret filled with both!

After a sold out debut in April, Mickey’s Uncut Hits returns by popular demand on Friday, June 23 at 9:30pm at at The Laurie Beechman Theatre (inside West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42 Street). Tickets are $22, available at www.SpinCycleNYC.com. Please note that there is a $25 food/drink minimum at all performances at this venue, with a full dinner menu, waiter service and a full bar available.

Mickey’s Uncut Hits features performances by Alain Pierre, Janna Emig, Joel Pietrzak, Miss Kales and Leanne Troutman with musical direction by Jelani Dream.

Joel Pietrzak (co-creator/writer/performer) is one half of the writing/comedy/hosting duo, KAJOEL. He is excited that he and Miss Kales are making their cabaret debut, as both a writers and performers, with the premiere of their new show, Mickey’s Greatest Hits: A Raunchy Cabaret. Joel attended the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he received a BFA in Drama. He has performed stand-up and sketch comedy (with sketch group Terrorbird) at several venues in New York City. He has also written sketches, jingles and parody songs for the currently-on-hiatus podcast Rodham Thoughts, a political/pop culture talk show created and hosted by KAJOEL. Thanks to his partner in parody (and many other things), Miss Kales! We did it, dude!

Miss Kales (co-creator/writer/performer) is the *better* half of the writing/comedy/hosting duo, KAJOEL. She is excited to be making her cabaret debut as a writer and performer in Mickey’s Greatest Hits: A Raunchy Cabaret. Miss Kales was co-host and producer of the currently-on-hiatus but hopefully soon-to-be-revived podcast Rodham Thoughts, for which she wrote original jingles and political parody songs. She holds a BA in feminist philosophy and Russian politics from New York University, and has a background in vocal music and studio art. Miss Kales would like to thank her creative partner, Joel (dude!), and everyone who believed in a small-town girl refusing to give up on those big city dreams #WhenYouWish

Leanne Troutman (co-creator/performer) is the pride of Buffalo, NY. Lies! (That’s Christine Baranski.) Leanne received a BFA from Niagara University, and she’s thrilled to be using it for something other than job interviews. Previous credits include three years as a contributing writer/performer with the Terrorbird sketch comedy troupe and getting typecast as a demon on the audio dramas Otherworldlies, and The Gray Area. Follow her on Instagram @tequileanne. She’s never posted on it and she thinks that’s beautiful.

Alain Pierre (performer) is a SAG-AFTRA/Actor's Equity stage, TV, commercial, and voiceover performer who works in both Los Angeles and New York. He studied at Groundlings after attending the Webster University Conservatory of Fine Arts. In LA, he was a part of 30 Minute Musicals and Fairytales Against Humanity on comedy stages across the city, did co-stars on TV Land and Disney Channel, print and commercials for Playstation and T-Mobile and regularly did ADR and Looping for film and television. Since coming to NYC, Alain has become a member of Story Pirates and starred in the world premiere of What Passes For Comedy. He’s also trained at Stella Adler and Upright Citizens Brigade and performed sketch comedy at The PIT.

Janna Emig (performer) is a Film/TV assistant editor based in Brooklyn. When she was a kid, she and her friends used to cover the TV with blankets and make their parents watch them lip sync the entire movie of Disney's Beauty and the Beast. (So, basically, she’s got this.) Janna is also a graduate of the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she received a BFA in Drama.

Jelani Dream (musical director) is a musician, composer, and creative writer. He has been a musical director for Amas Musical Theater and has performed as an accompanist at the Consulate for the Czech Republic. His credits also include La Mama Theatre, Lehman Stages, LIU Brooklyn Media Arts, and The Theater for the New City. Jelani currently freelances as a musician and composer. He writes screenplays and works in education.