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"FIRST SATURDAY FUNNIES"

Next Performances:

December 3rd

7:30P​M

FAC Arts Center (5 E 2nd St, Frederick, MD)

Tickets are Pay-What-You-Can

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HOLIDAY SHOWS

3 Holiday Shows playing between Dec. 16-22

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BAH HUMBUG

A fully improvised spoof of "A Christmas Carol"

TICKETS: Pay-What-You-Can

Performing at New Spire Arts (15 W Patrick St)

 

FRIDAY DEC. 16 @ 7:30PM

New Spire Arts

SATURDAY DEC. 17 @ 7:30PM

New Spire Arts

MONDAY DEC. 19 @ 7:30PM

New Spire Arts

This December Endangered Species (theatre) Project present, BAH HUMBUG! Michael Harris & Friends bring the Fully Improvised version of A Christmas Carol to Frederick! Yes, you get to Choose Your Own Scrooge as four brilliant improvisers turn your suggestions into a Never Seen Before, Never to Be Seen again reboot of the Dickens’ Classic. Hilarious, Unpredictable and full of Audience Participation, Bah Humbug is everything you never knew was in the Story of Scrooge. If you love A Christmas Carol, if you hate A Christmas Carol, then Bah Humbug is for you.

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HERSHEL & THE HANUKKAH GOBLINS

An Actively Staged Reading

TICKETS: Pay-What-You-Can

Performing in 2 locations

 

TUESDAY DEC. 20 @ 7:30PM

16 E Patrick St, Frederick MD

 

WEDNSEDAY DEC. 21 @ 3:00PM

New Spire Arts

 

THURSDAY DEC. 22 @ 3:00PM

New Spire Arts

ESPtheatre continues their Holiday tradition of bringing Hanukkah stories to life with “Hershal and the Hanukkah Goblin by Eric Kimmell — acted with a team of 8 actors. (from the 25th anniversary edition) On the first night of Hanukkah, a weary traveler named Hershel of Ostropol eagerly approaches a village, where plenty of latkes and merriment should warm him. But when he arrives not a single candle is lit. A band of frightful goblins has taken over the synagogue, and the villagers cannot celebrate at all! Hershel vows to help them. But can one man alone stand up to the goblins, save Hanukkah, and live to tell the tale?

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JIMSY THE CHRISTMAS KID

An Actively Staged Reading

TICKETS: Pay-What-You-Can

Performing at New Spire Arts (15 W Patrick St)

 

WEDNSEDAY DEC. 21 @ 7:30PM

New Spire Arts

 

THURSDAY DEC. 22 @ 7:30PM

New Spire Arts

ESP Theatre continues its Actively Staged Reading Series with “Jimsy the Christmas Kid”, written by Leona Kalrymple in 1884 and acted by a team of 7 union and non-union actors. It was 2 days before Christmas when Jimsy arrived at the home of the 1st Citizen (aka Mr. Prim and Proper bank president) Abner Sawyer, and his wife, Judith.  This middle-aged childless couple were ill-prepared for this boy named Jimsy, who took it for granted that you liked him.

 
 
 
 

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