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|Dec 15, 2012-|
Dec 15, 2012
07:30PM - 10:00PM
|David Templeton's Twisted Christmas Live!|
For its tenth unpredictable year, the North Bay's craziest holiday event explodes onstage, just in time for the end of the world! Ho ho ho!
The Glaser Center, 547 Mendocino Ave., Sta Rosa
The Glaser Center presents: David Templeton's Twisted Christmas Live! Saturday, December 15, 7:30pm-10:00pm, Santa Rosa MORE INFO: http://www.glasercenter.com For its tenth unpredictable year, the North Bay's craziest holiday event explodes once more, live, onstage at the Glaser Center-just in time for the end of the world! Hosted by North Bay journalist and radio personality David Templeton, this annual literary-comedy-variety show features outrageously twisted holiday stories, written by a cadre of local writers, read aloud (that's right, read . . . out loud . . . the old-fashioned way) by a crew of the Bay Area's funniest comedians, actors, musicians and other people. This year's readers include political satirist Will Durst, actor Rick Gomez (Band of Brothers, Sin City, and the iconic announcer on the Bravo station), comic/actress Dian Amos ("The Pine-Sol Lady"), actress Liz Jahren, comedian Geoff Bolt (appearing as Dr. Muti Lederhosen) and Jim Peterson as The Man in Black. Also featuring musician Wayne Haught, and vocalist Steve Jaxon, performing offbeat holiday tunes. The stories include Templeton's infamous 'Crumbs at Midnight,' about a batch of Christmas cookies attempting to survive Santa Claus and his insatiable hunger for milk and cookies; Lauren Heney's 'The Coco of Mrs. Claus,' in which an investigative reporter discovers a few shocking secrets about life at the North Pole; Doug Kenyan's 'Ol' Toothie Saves Christmas,' in which the Tooth Fairy describes the day she saved Santa Claus from an embarrassing Spring Break scandal. Plus offbeat videos, sexy hula hooping, the ceremonial tossing of gifts into the audience, and plenty of other surprises. This event is a fundraiser for charities that feed the hungry and homeless in Sonoma County. DATE/TIME: Saturday, December 15 7:30pm-10:00pm LOCATION: The Glaser Center 547 Mendocino Ave. Santa Rosa, CA, 95401 707-568-5381 http://www.glasercenter.com COST/REGISTRATION: $20 in advance, $25 at the door. PG event; some language is possible, and young Santa Claus believers should definitely not attend. http://www.brownpapertickets.com MORE INFO: Website: http://www.glasercenter.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 707-568-5381 Contact: David Templeton About The Glaser Center: The Glaser Center, home of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Santa Rosa, is a beautiful location for slightly edgy, innovative performing arts in Sonoma County. Established as a celebration of culture and creativity, a landmark for personal expression and multiple voices, the Glaser Center is the home base for a number of local non-profits using the arts to make the world a better place.
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