The cast will sing reinterpreted holiday tunes, new songs and share funny stories. A Very Funny Broadway Holiday will be presented twice over one evening, 7 PM and 9:30 PM. Both concerts will feature music direction by Jacob Yates and are produced by Shoshana Feinstein.
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The first one is your basic Christmas card shot with my little sister, Meredith. I am two years old in the photos, and she is three months.
Me making Christmas cookies with my little sister, Meredith. This was the mid 80s, and you can certainly tell! Also, here's a funny memory from her: Leaving cookies for Santa and a carrot and apple for the reindeer. Somehow we thought a single carrot and apple would be enough of a snack for eight reindeer... But, the best part was waking up Christmas morning and seeing a few bites taken out of the cookies and carrot and apple. It was simply magical!
Every Christmas Eve, I would sneak out of bed to snuggle with my sister Emily in her bedroom. We'd try to stay awake to meet Santa. We never saw him, but we did have deer in our backyard one year and screamed joyously at the top of our lungs when we thought they were Dasher, Dancer, Prancer and Vixen.
They got me to stop crying for a second to get this photo.
This was my first modeling gig ever for dress me up Ernie. I look like a little boy.
My family is Jewish, so sometimes you learn about Christmas in unconventional ways. My family and I were abroad one year during Christmas. I was pretty young — probably ten — which put my younger brother at around four years old. We figured, since it would be a fun way to spend the night and to get to see a new part of town, we would go to a carols concert in the park. We had a great time! Free food, lots of kids, good music (even if it was all Christmas-themed) and a fun way to spend the night. On our way back in the car, my mom asked what we had liked. My giddy younger brother answered, "I liked the song that said, 'The best part of Christmas is cheeses!'" We were confused and asked for clarification. "You know, cheeses love you, and cheeses your King is born..." Ah. Perhaps we had forgotten to tell little Jewish baby brother about who Jesus is. But, to be honest, sometimes the best part of Christmas IS cheeses. He wasn't wrong.