The Dina Martina Christmas Show
December 8 – 24
The show runs around 1 hour, 45 minutes with a 20 minute intermission.
Get a butter knife and spread the word that the astonishingly hilarious Dina Martina will be returning to ACT with an ALL-NEW Christmas show for December 2022!
Joined by Stranger Genius Award winning composer/musician Chris Jeffries, Dina Martina – a.k.a. The Second Lady of Entertainment – is brimming with excitement to be bringing her singular brand of razzle-dazzle entertainment back to ACT this holiday season.
A beloved Seattle holiday tradition for 25 years, Dina Martina’s Christmas Shows are jam-packed with traditional as well as contemporary holiday tunes, both treated with Miss Martina’s fresh and undeniably surreal comic sensibility.
You’ll howl with laughter at her vocal prowess, gasp at her stories, wonder “why?” at her fashion sense, but make no mistake – Dina Martina is an incredibly unique comedian who’ll leave an indelible impression on you in the best possible way.
Dina Martina has packed venues throughout the U.S., Canada and the U.K. and has shared the bill with acts such as Margaret Cho, Alan Cumming, Justin Vivian Bond and Bridget Everett. She has received The Stranger Genius Award for Theater, two Seattle Times Footlight Awards, a nomination for The Alpert Award for Theater, and two nominations for GLAAD Media Awards for Outstanding Off-Off Broadway Show.
This hysterically funny show, like all of Martina’s shows, promises to be a truly wondrous and surreal blend of questionable song, unnecessary dance, overburdened costumes, and side-splitting video.
It is nearly impossible to adequately describe the jaw-dropping pathos and mind-blowing comedy in a Dina Martina show, but those who’ve seen them agree, it’s a smart and hilarious evening you’ll never forget.
“Dina Martina goes way beyond drag into some new kind of twisted art.” – John Waters
“Comic genius. I’ve never seen anything as brilliant or as funny as Dina.” – The Atlantic
“The most original drag performer working in America today.” – Michael Musto