In 2012, Miss Conception (aka Kevin Levesque) completed a four month tour, where he launched his first Live Singing show at the Palm Cabaret in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. He continues to perform all over North America and is happy to be returning to Mexico for the 2013 season at The Palm Cabaret and Bar.
From very humble beginnings in Mississauga, Ontario, Kevin began entertaining his parents with a living room rendition of "Beauty and the Beast" as a child and just couldn't stop moving. Ironically enough, it wasn't until Kevin was 6 years old that he joined a hockey team and realized sports wasn't his love. He was meant to be a performer and yearned for the stage. Years later, Kevin joined the Mississauga Youth Theatre and landed his first role as Bobby Shaftoe in the production "Babes in Toyland". His entire family came to see it, and as Kevin recalls, "I was fabulous!"
Kevin went on to study drama at the Cawthra Park School for the Arts. In grade ten Kevin was presented with an overdose of Shakespeare and was not interested in the tragic bard. Kevin then switched his focus to dance. After high school, he frequently visited Toronto's gay village where he saw his first drag show at the age of 19. After a dare to try drag from a friend, Kevin gave it a shot. His first performance went off without a hitch and Miss Conception was born! To date, Kevin has won countless titles, including the first Zelda's Drag Idol, Miss Canada Continental, Smirnoff Twisted, Coors Lite Queen of Halloween, Ontario's Next Top Drag Queen, Miss Gay Universe, Miss Gay Toronto, and Entertainer of the Year. He's also appeared in "Queer as Folk," "Degrassi: The Next Generation," and the first ever contestant in drag on "Wipeout Canada" (which can be seen on Youtube under "beauties vs geeks".
Kevin's warm personality and sense of humor are as engaging as his show stopping broadway numbers. This is one show you won't want to miss at The Palm!
Olas Altas 508 (View)
Olas Altas 508
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, CA 48321
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|