Community theatre gears up for holiday happenings

Community theatre gears up for holiday happenings

Asparagus Theatre presents its winter production of The Asparagus Variety Show Extravaganza

Asparagus Theatre presents its winter production of The Asparagus Variety Show Extravaganza.

Join the theatre for an evening as a live audience at a ’60s TV Variety show Dec. 15-16.

The extravaganza unites a wide variety of local performers including comedians, musicians, dancers, singers and ever so much more and all with a special Christmas theme.

“Featuring the always-entertaining Loosewheel Ball, Honey and Chair and possibly even the Von Tramp Family Singers, the evening will have something entertaining for everyone,” Asparagus Theatre representatives said. “You’ll also be able to participate in a silent auction, draws, and enjoy complimentary food and drinks. We may even have a visit from you know who. Our actors, performers, and volunteers are people of all ages from around the community. Come and party with us like it’s a 1968 variety show all over again.”

Tickets are $20 for adults, $18 for students and seniors and $10 for children 10-and-under, available at The Guy Next Door in Armstrong. The Asparagus Variety Show Extravaganza runs Dec. 15-16 at 7:30 p.m. at the theatre with an extra matinee show at 1 p.m. Dec. 16.


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