Merry Hanu-Mas! Carol-Bombing Broadway with The Holiday Guys

A gentile and a Jew. A ukulele and a guitar. Broadway's Jeffry Denman and Marc Kudisch go rogue to bring holiday cheer backstage at some of Bway's favorite shows.

A gentile and a Jew. A ukulele and a guitar. A lot of backstage shenanigans. Broadway’s Jeffry Denman (White Christmas) and Tony Award nominee Marc Kudisch’s (9 to 5) two man show The Holiday Guys is back, and this year the stars are spreading their festive spirits all over Times Square. (Even if their show plays at The York Theatre.) A non-denominational holiday mash-up, the show is one-half Anchorman, one-half homey Smothers Brothers concert, with Denman and Kudisch going all out in two-part harmony glory. In preparation for their opening night on December 18, the Holiday Guys went door-to-door on Broadway, dropping in on stage pals like Stephanie J. Block, Matthew Broderick, Judy Kaye, Michael Cerveris, Celia Kennan-Bolger and more in a no-holds-barred special delivery of seasonal hilarity. Watch this TheaterMania video exclusive, then gift yourself some tickets to see The Holiday Guys: Happy Merry Hanu-Mas, running through December 30, in person or by clicking here.

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