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About Ginger

About Ginger Minj

Ginger 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, to prove it. Originally from Leesburg, Florida – a town so small they didn’t even have a McDonald’s – she now calls Orlando home.

The self-professed “nicest bitch you’ll ever meet” 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.

On why she should not be underestimated as a competitor on season 7 of Logo TV’s “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” Ginger says: “I’m the whole package! I can sing, I can dance, I can act, I can gab, and I’m not afraid to adapt myself to any situation. Need me to rap? Sure. Need me to sing a show tune? Absolutely. Need me to comfort your sister because her boyfriend just dumped her? I never liked that bastard, anyway. Need me to perform a Bris? You’re in luck, I just got a new bagel cutter.”

Ginger’s future career goals, in addition to winning “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and the title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar,” include breaking into a theatrical comedy career similar to other current plus-sized comedians like Melissa McCarthy and Rebel Wilson. 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.

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APRIL 2016

2nd – San Francisco,  CA – Oasis –

7th – Blacksburg, VA – VirginiaTECH

8th – Roanoke, VA – the PARK –

19th – Seattle, WA – SODO –

20th – Portland, OR – Revolution Hall –

21st – San Francisco, CA – Regency –

22nd – Anaheim, CA – The Grove –

24th – San Diego, CA – Observatory North Park –

26th – Tucson, AZ – Rialto –

27th – Phoenix, AZ – Celebrity Theatre –

29th – Las Vegas, NV – The Pearl –

30th – Salt Lake City, UT – The Depot –

MAY 2016

1st – Denver, CO – Ogden Theatre –

10th – Orlando, FL – The Plaza Live –

11th –  Ft Lauderdale, FL – Parker Playhouse –

12th – Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theatre –

14th – Ponte Vedra Beach, FL – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall –

15th – Tampa, FL – Ritz Ybor –

17th – Columbia, SC – The Music Farm –

18th – Charlotte, NC – Amos’ Southend –

20th – Richmond, VA – The National –

21st – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club –

22nd – Durham, NC – Durham PAC –

24th – Boston, MA – Royale –

25th – New York, NY – Playstation Theater –

27th – Toronto, Canada – Danforth Music Hall –

28th – Montreal, Canada – Metropolis –

29th – Toronto, Canada – Danforth Music Hall –

31st – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory –