Thursday, December 03, 2009

Tucson: Beowulf Alley's LNT presents Ho Ho Ho! by The Grendel Players


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Beowulf Alley’s Late Night Theatre

Ho Ho Ho!  by The Grendel Players

The funniest Christmas show in Tucson


(Tucson, AZ – December 2, 2009) Late Night Theatre at Beowulf Alley, 11 South 6th Avenue, Downtown between Broadway and Congress, presents Ho Ho Ho by The Grendel Players. Performances are on Thursday, Friday and Saturday December 17th, 18th and 19th, 2009 and Saturday, December 26th at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 cash at the door. Half price tickets are available for the pre-Christmas shows if you bring a quality toy for Toys for Tots. Bring your worst gift to the December 26th performance for a chance to receive a gift card for dinner for two at one of the Tucson Originals restaurants. For additional information, please call (520) 977-5218.


Ho Ho Ho is a riotous sketch comedy show on all things Christmas and Hanukah. Irreverent takes on Christmas classics like Frosty the Snowman, How the Grinch Stole Christmas and A Christmas Carol, the Grendel Players spoof everything from Nutcrackers to Night Before Christmas. Sketches include How the Klingons Stole Christmas, The Travels of Joseph and Mary, and Tourette’s Syndrome Santa. This play has adult themes and language.


Ho Ho Ho was originally performed in Phoenix, Arizona, with The Unlikely Theater Company. The Arizona Republic called Ho Ho Ho, “an outrageous treat.” Max McQueen at the Tribune Papers called Ho Ho Ho “wild irreverent fun.” While the show is adult in language and theme, the tone is hardy good fun and the Grendel Players do their best to de-stress you this Christmas. The production features Evan Engle, Josh Parra, Tristyn Tucci, Aelyn Heinrichs and Meg Clifton, directed by Michael Fenlason.


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