naked holidaysFrom the press release:

After a wildly successful transfer to Off-Broadway in 2011, EndTimes Productions once again returns to Off-Broadway with the 7th Annual NAKED HOLIDAYS. Previews of this flesh-filled evening of non-traditional holiday mischief, music and merriment begins November 29 at The Cutting Room. Opening night is slated for December 7.

NAKED HOLIDAYS is a darkly comic Yuletide bacchanalia of theater, music and burlesque. This boisterous holiday celebration puts a bawdy spin on some of our best-loved winter traditions. With all-new musical numbers and sketches, as well as the traditional full-monty closer, “The Naked People Play”, Naked Holidays is sure to deliver more holiday cheer than you’ve felt since puberty. Highlights include:
• Christmas Village of the Damned: One infected elf spreads a zombie plague through Santa’s workshop, threatening all the beloved characters of Christmas Village.
• A Very Paula Deen Hannukah: As part of her sensitivity training, Ms. Deen bakes latkas under the guidance of Rabbi Hirschfeld.
•Total Eclipse of the Heart: While Santa is away delivering toys, a lonely and frustrated Mrs. Claus indulges her darkest fantasies.

NAKED HOLIDAYS stars Chris Johnston, Dave Chura, Jarrod Bates, Alfredo Guenzani, Mike Wirsch, Kelly Riley, Jack Gilbert, Eddie Rodriguez, Matt Glogowski, Chris Peyseur, Arley Morton, Phillip Casale, Kara Addington, Erika Lee, Alessandra Nahodil, Sarah Pencheff, Alinca Hamilton, Simone Bart, Lee’at Bruhl, Dara Swisher, Sarah Schoofs, Ideozu Adama, Serena Miller, Samantha Amarel, Meridith Szalay, and Sarah Misch.

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NAKED HOLIDAYS runs November 29 – December 30, Saturdays at 7:30PM & 10:30PM and Sundays at 7PM with additional performances Nov. 29, Dec. 23, 26, 27 & 30 at 8PM. The Cutting Room is located at 44 East 32 Street at Park Avenue, accessible from the 6 train at 33rd Street. Tickets are $45, available at 212-352-3101 or

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  1. Saw Naked Holidays 2013 this past Saturday. First of all – this is a different venue/format than previous shows. It is now performed cabaret style in Chris Noth’s Cutting Room night club. So, floor show, tables, food/drink minimum, etc. Venue has its good and bad points. Can be pricey with $40 cover + $20 minimum. Got $20 tix on Goldstar – so use that agency to save a few buck. Even though there is an elevated stage, some of the “scenery” is blocked by the heads of people closer to the stage. Get there at least 45 minutes before showtime to score a table close to the stage. The show also changed – some of my favorite vignettes are gone and replaced with newer ones. I liked earlier shows because of the sick, funny, and clever humor. This production did not seem as funny and found myself laughing out loud less. Nonetheless, I enjoyed the show because of the huge amount of exposed dick. There seemed to be more guys than gals in this production. The emcee – Phil – is an ordinary looking chap (which I like.) Hubby and I gasped when he exposed his nice, uncut dick during the finale. We especially liked when he pulled back his foreskin and explained that his parents spared him the mutilation. Another new face is a guy, Jack I think, tall over 6′ gorgeous beef – more of a grower than a shower – but what an ass!!! I would have risked divorce if there was a request for someone from the audience to rim him on stage. Actually, all of the men – at least 8 of them – were more growers than showers. The “weredeer” from last year (they did not do the skit this year) was in the show but, oddly, kept his clothes on. If you recall last year he was definitely the alpha male and I was disappointed that he did not show his massive cock this year. Interestingly, the male band members alternated with playing music and participating in the skits. After the last skit, the trombone player went back to the band area and started playing the trombone buck naked with his dick swinging – I found this oddly erotic. I give this 5 stars for nudity and 3 wet spots on my khakis. Watching the naked trombone player got my panties soaking wet. I went home and blew hubbie. Go see it for the great dick – but less funny skits and an expensive venue.

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