Andy Warhol's Christmas Special, or How Hanukkah Stole Christmas
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Andy Warhol's Christmas Special, or How Hanukkah Stole Christmas is presented as a holiday tale from Andy Warhol. In the days leading up to Hanukkah, Honey Shapiro, a dying Jewish girl, falls in love with her neighbor, comes to hate her Make-A-Wish Foundation representative and wishes for Hanukkah to replace Christmas as the most popular winter holiday. When the a man shows up claiming to be the God of Hanukkah with his insane girlfriend, Honey--along with her friends and family--are trapped in her house for eight nights, forced to relive the previously untold "true story of the first Hanukkah."
This new play was written by Improv Asylum main stage member Jeremy Brothers, who also stars as Andy Warhol. The cast also includes current and alumni Improv Asylum company members MIchael Anastasia, Taylor Burris, Cathleen Carr, Susan Constantine, Douglas Anthony DiPietro, Richie Moriarty, Lori Salmeri and Adam Soule.
About the Ticket Supplier: Improv AsylumImprov Asylum is a comedy theater that features improvisation and sketch comedy. They have been described as Whose Line Is It Anyway? meets Saturday Night Live! Founded in 1998, Improv Asylum has performed more than 3,500 shows, for over 500,000 people. They have been featured on HBO, and have performed in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Austin, Aspen and other cities throughout the country. Improv Asylum strives to provide the best comedic theater experience.
Improv Asylum is located in the heart of the North End, within short walking distance from Faneuil Hall and is easily accessible via public transportation.