Holiday Hilarity With Bob's Holiday Office Party
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The last date listed for Bob's Holiday Office Party was Thursday December 18, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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Broadway's Barry Pearl (Bye Bye Birdie, Oliver!, The Producers) stars in this world-premiere drama as a straight psychiatrist, who's determined to help a conflicted gay colleague in early '70s Philadelphia, where being labeled a homosexual could end a career. Delving into the origins of the controversial practice known as gay conversion therapy, Doctor Anonymous is inspired by the true story of Dr. John E. Fryer, who made LGBT history when he came out of the closet -- though still wearing a mask -- at an American Psychiatric Association convention in 1972. This world-premiere drama celebrating love and liberation was written by New York playwright-psychiatrist Guy Fredrick Glass. Learn More
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Featured review from Joan E.
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I thought Bob's Office Party was a hoot!! We ended up being four ladies attending this event - one had to buy a regular ticket as Goldstar's were sold out! They thought it was a tad raunchy, but that is what it was supposed to be!! It was a fun way to spend part of our New Year's Eve..
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This is our second time seeing the play, and it was equally as funny this year as it was last year. The characters are hysterical and the acting is great. If you're in the mood for a crazy evening, go and see it - you won't be sorry!!!
Every year, insurance agent Bob Finhead’s whacked-out friends and clients stop by his small-town Iowa office for their annual holiday bash. The town mayor, the sheriff, the twin farmer sisters, the stoner, the town floozy and the pastor’s wife have already RSVPed for this year’s event. But Bob has dreams of a bigger life and wants to escape their narrow-minded thinking. Will he be able to fulfill his dream of becoming a professional inventor and move to the big city, or will he come to realize how much he is the heart and soul of the town? Will any of this matter once the party starts, the bickering and fighting begins, and the drinks hit the floor?