Rubber Chicken Theater To Provide Virtual Christmas Eve Laughs
The Rubber Chicken Theater is unable to do their popular holiday comedy revue in 2020 due to the pandemic, but they'll still provide laughs for all on Christmas Eve.
This Christmas Eve at 7:00 p.m., they are presenting Here We Come A-Quarantining, or, We’ll Be Home For Christmas, which promises to be a virtual Christmas caroling extravaganza.
According to producers, Here We Come A-Quarantining, or, We’ll Be Home For Christmas is "a short, virtual production of original Christmas carol parodies taking on various subjects of the past year including spitting into test tubes at the DECC, Minnesota Republicans, and lots of other things we’d all like to dump into Lake Superior and call it a year."
The show is written and performed by Anna Vogt, Tate Haglund-Pagel, Jeremy Churchill, Minden Hultstrom, Anders Hultstrom, Quentin Roth, Nathan Payne, Chris Nollet, Greg J. Anderson, Cathy Podeszwa, Kaylee Matuszak, and Brian Matuszak. Linda Bray accompanies on piano, additional material written by Cheri Tesarek, and the show is magically edited by the magical Jadie Schwarzkopf.
To watch the show, everyone is invited to log into Rubber Chicken’s Facebook Page on Christmas Eve at 7:00 p.m. Once there, just click on the 'Events' tab to find the show and enjoy it all from the comfort of your home. You can click on the button below to quickly access their Facebook page.
Then, starting on Friday, January 1, the Here We Come A-Quarantining, or, We’ll Be Home For Christmas show will move to Rubber Chicken’s YouTube Channel, where it will live forever for all the world to enjoy.