Rubber Chicken Theater's Sixth Annual Sketch Comedy Revue at the Spirit of the North Theater

Created: 12/10/2013 7:52 AM

Anna Vogt, Brian Matuszak and Greg J. Anderson stopped by the show on Tuesday to sing us some holiday comedy tunes!

They are all part of Rubber Chicken Theater, and they are opening their holiday show titled, "How the Grinch Shut Down Christmas, or, I saw Rudolph Twerking Santa Claus", starting the weekend of December 13th.

The three of them came on to give us a sneak peek into their musical comedy, singing a few songs for us. And you can catch them live, along with the whole crew and a full show, at the Spirit of the North Theater in the Fitger's Complex.

Shows are on December 13th & 14th, 20th & 21st, along with the 27th & 28th. All of those shows start at 7:30 PM. Another show will be held on December 31st at the New Year's Eve Gala.

Tickets are $15 per person, thought group rates are available. Beer and wine will be available from the Midi Restaurant.

Ticket information can be found by calling 218-213-2780, or heading to Rubber Chicken's website, or Facebook page.

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