Trailblazing Singer-Songwriter Jimmy Webb Live in Concert
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The last date listed for Jimmy Webb was Friday June 28, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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EndTimes Productions presents its 7th annual off-Broadway run of Naked Holidays, a darkly comic adult Yuletide variety show filled with live music, dance, short comedy plays and indulgent tidings -- all climaxing in a very scantily clad burlesque routine that looks like no Christmas you've seen before. This boisterous holiday celebration puts a naked theatrical spin on some of your best-loved winter traditions. In Christmas Village of the Damned, one infected elf spreads a zombie plague through Santa's workshop. As part of her sensitivity training, Paula Deen bakes latkes under the guidance of Rabbi Hirschfeld in A Very Paula Deen Hanukkah. And in Total Eclipse of the Heart, a lonely and frustrated Mrs. Claus indulges her darkest fantasies while Santa is away delivering toys. The ensemble cast finishes big with The Naked People Play, the traditional full-monty Naked Holidays closer. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- Watch the video for "MacArthur Park" by Jimmy Webb.
To say that Jimmy Webb is one of the last of a breed would imply that there is or ever was anyone quite like him. The man who gave the world what has been called “the first existential country song” (“The Highwayman”) and confounded generations of radio listeners with the brilliance of a lyric about a cake left out in the rain (“MacArthur Park”); who has topped the country, disco and pop music charts with a list of artists astounding in its diversity; and remains a trailblazer among songwriters 50 years after his first hit; now brings his multi-platinum playlist on the road in an intimate evening of songs and stories not to be missed.
At 66,Webb looks back on his days as a Midwestern teen navigating fame and fortune in Los Angeles with vignettes of a music industry coming of age, infused with an unexpected sense of humor from the songwriter who made his biggest impressions on the charts with ruminations on love, loss and longing.