The selection of songs is a throwback to the party records of the 1950s and is designed to offend minorities and majorities of every persuasion. The program will include songs from Tom Lehrer, Randy Newman, Durwood Douche, a banned song by the late Chet Atkins ("Would Jesus Wear a Rolex"), and a tune by Stephen Sondheim ("I Never Do Anything Twice").For more information, visit www.celebrationtheatre.com.
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