The Kennedy Center

Shi-Queeta Lee


Jerry VanHook, also known as Shi-Queeta Lee, was born and raised in the small town of Gretna, Virginia, and relocated to Washington, D.C. in 1985. Jerry is the Founder and CEO of VanHook Productions, LLC, formed in 2005. As Shi-Queeta Lee, Jerry celebrated 20 years in the Art of Illusion. The cast of the production company travels nationally with performances, featuring female and male impersonation and illusion at it’s best. VanHook Productions has be recognized for it homage to illusion through its Salute to Diva’s & Divo’s show. This production embodies the feel of a Las Vegas/ Atlantic City showcase, marking a milestone in history for female impersonation shows at various venues.

“Hair and Paint Make A Man What He Ain’t” – Shi-Queeta Lee

Watch Past Performances

Video 7/27/2017: A Drag Salute to Divas and Devos

A Drag Salute to Divas and Devos is a revue showcasing the impersonations of the world’s top musical legends including Tina Turner, Beyoncé, Missy Elliot, Dolly Parton, Whitney Houston, and Mary J. Blige. The company also produces lip sync stage plays to include “The Wiz Twisted,” “Eba- Queeta Scrooge,” and “Steel Magnolias vs. Waiting To Exhale.” Salute to Divas celebrates diversity and individuality in hopes of inspiring millions to embrace their differences.