Review: RUDOLPH THE RED-HOSED REINDEER at Hell in a Handbag

Review: RUDOLPH THE RED-HOSED REINDEER at Hell in a Handbag

RUDOLPH THE RED-HOSED REINDEER takes place on a cramped yet colorful stage, decorated with the appropriate amount of Christmas kitsch, and begins with Santa Claus (Michael Hampton) deciding to run for President of the North Pole. His campaign is enormously unpopular and offensive, he wins on a technicality, and he’s an obvious parody of a certain Hairy Tangerine in the White House, complete with his own reindeer version of Kellyanne Conway. I understand, of course, that this twenty-year-old show pokes fun at whatever political era it’s being performed in. The problem, however, is that comedy involving our president’s childish, horrifying, and legitimately dangerous antics feels incredibly empty nowadays. This is partly because this administration parodies itself, and partly because every time somebody mentions our president’s name in this country, he gets a massive erection.

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Cast and Creatives Announced for RUDOLPH THE RED-HOSED REINDEER

Cast and Creatives Announced for RUDOLPH THE RED-HOSED REINDEER

Hell in a Handbag Productions has announced casting for the return of RUDOLPH THE RED-HOSED REINDEER.

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Cast Announced for THE GOLDEN GIRLS – THE LOST EPISODES

Cast Announced for THE GOLDEN GIRLS – THE LOST EPISODES

Hell in a Handbag Productions has announced the cast and production team for their Summer production of THE GOLDEN GIRLS – THE LOST EPISODES by Artistic Director David Cerda.

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