A New Year’s Cluckin’ Eve at Fitger’s Complex

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A Northland tradition is staging a comeback from COVID-19 and designed to make us laugh our way out of 2021.

The Rubber Chicken Theater is back with its annual year-end comedy review. This year’s show is dubbed "Rubber Chicken’s New Year’s Cluckin’ Eve."

There will be many entertaining moments that will be sure to have you laughing all night long.

“A celebration of everybody getting through a difficult year. We got original comedy sketches to have some fun with local issues and regional issues. We got live music performances from Steven Solkela from Virginia. The One-Man Overpopulated Wielding Orchestra will be here to do some live music for us. And we got local celebrities who did some video cameos for their New Year’s resolutions," said Brian Matuszak, Rubber Chicken Theater co-founder.

There’s only one show staged on Friday, December 31 at 7:30 p.m. at the Spirit of the North Theater in the Fitger’s Complex. Only vaccinated and masked people are allowed and tickets are $20 per person.