Naked Holidays

Opened Dec 8, 2011
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Naked Holidays is a darkly comic Yuletide bacchanalia, a gleeful pageant filled with indulgent tidings which climaxes in a scantily clad routine that looks a lot like Christmas. This boisterous holiday celebration puts a theatrical spin on some of our best-loved winter traditions. Highlights include: - "The Annihilator" by Steve Strangio, about X-mas at a professional wrestler's house. - "Dead-Nosed" by Oliver Thrun, in which Santa's reindeer plot the assassination of Rudolph. A Samuel French short play festival finalist. - "Fear the Nog" by R.I. Stokes, The North Pole meets Orwell's 1984 with Santa as Big Brother. - "A Very Special Hanukkah Special" by Mark Harvey Levine, a Jewish-themed spoof of It's A Wonderful Life. - "The Naked People Play" by Stacy Lane, the traditional Naked Holidays closer.

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Naked Holidays to Play Times Square Arts Center - Oct 18, 2011

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