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RICH LOPEZ  |  Staff Writer Get ready to don your gay apparel: Drag icons Jinkx Monsoon and BenDeLaCreme are back with a bigger production and bigger tour.

A year ago, the two headlined the Majestic Theatre. On Wednesday, Dec. 13, the two bring The Jinkx and DeLa Holiday Show to the Texas Trust CU Theatre.

These two have been making such a mark on the holiday season that they are starting to become a tradition. Written by DeLa and Monsoon and produced by BenDeLaCreme Presents, the production is also proof that these queens are doing it for themselves. “With all the hatred, darkness and misinformation flying around our world today, it is an honor and a privilege to spend the holidays with tens of thousands of audience members each year, creating joyous community spaces where we can gather strength through laughter and celebration,” Dela said in a press release upon the show’s announcement earlier this year. “Whether you consider it the most wonderful time of year or the most troubling, we’re here to tell you … you’re right!

So let’s make it our own.” Before they queer up Christmas, Kwanzaa and Hanukkah, the two talked about the show’s bigger package and why queer holiday celebrations won’t be stopped. Dallas Voice: Everything is bigger in Texas, so it’s appropriate you’re bringing a bigger show this year. Dela: It’s amazing.

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