Jeff Swearingen's The Ultimate Holiday Experience
Our most popular show ever and the holidays' most hilarious cult classic is back. It has been 4 years since we told the tale of the night Dan Quayle saved Christmas and many of the original cast members reprise their roles, along with new Fun House favorites, to take you back in time to the 1980’s and one incredibly crazy yuletide. In the show that Fun House fans have never stopped clamoring for, we do what we do best in creating an original story that appeals to adults and children alike. Outrageous characters, situations and comedic action make this show perfect for young audience members while historical figures, political satire and pop culture icons of a decade gone by will have adults waxing nostalgic. Laughter abounds as a timeless message of good will emerges in a way only playwright and director Jeff Swearingen could reveal: no matter who you are, for at least one day a year, we can all get along…and that’s a start.
Santa is lost. He fell out of the sleigh and his reindeer are trying to find him but their attempts to recover him are setting off radars on both sides of the world, heating up the cold war at the Pentagon and the Kremlin. In Moscow a group of orphans get more than they bargained for just trying to watch their favorite holiday special while in the U.S. a single mom trying to deal with the holiday madness gets caught up in more bustle than she could have possibly imagined. As the insanity unfolds, Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, Robocop, Rocky IV’s Drago and more nuts than any fruitcake get thrown into the mix and one man, Dan Quayle, is thrust into the position of having the safety of the free world riding on his shoulders.
On this very special Industry Night, all proceeds from tickets sales, concessions sales and whatever craziness we dream up will go to Gideon’s Feet. Tickets are $5.00 at the door only (no web sales). To make a reservation email
Gideon’s Feet is a small but mighty aid organization founded in Dallas/Ft. Worth and serving multiple arts communities across the country. It provides support to those in the theatrical community during times of crisis and offers opportunities for artists to use their gifts to help those in need.
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