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Holiday on Thin Ice
a Comedy
CATEGORY :
by Various

COMPANY : PushPush Theater [WEBSITE]
VENUE : PushPush Theater [WEBSITE]
ID# 84

SHOWING : December 01, 2000 - December 31, 2000

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

For the past two seasons, PushPush has presented our own company-developed original holiday comedies, Expecting Carol and It's a Wonderful Carol. This year, we're broadening our scope with a collection of short, sharp, sometimes shocking and always funny plays by a variety of local and national writers, including Karen Wurl, Larry Larson, Janece Shaffer, Rob Nixon, Nova Performance Company Cabaret and many others -- with an encore presentation of Murray Mednick's Baby Jesus. It's a refreshing and hilarious alternative to the usual holiday theater fare. And don't miss our biggest New Year's bash ever -- rock in the (real) Millennium with music, dance, food and fun.


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REVIEWS

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0 and 2
by Uncle Boo
Tuesday, December 5, 2000
1.0
For the second year running, Push Push missed again with their holiday show. From the beating that takes place in the final "play" (Peace on Earth?) to the blatant rip-off of Warner Brothers' Michigan J. Frog!

Maybe the title "Skating on Thin Ice" would be a little more appropriate.

On a Good note, the ONE shinning star would be the performance of Caroline Masaclet. Who created believable charecters and showed precise comic timing. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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