Out at the Theater: Christmas with the Crawfords

Join other members of the LGBT Chamber to support one of our members -StageQ, Inc. - at their production of "Christmas with the Crawfords" this December. We'll all be heading out on the night of December 12. Buy your ticket and join us there!

"Christmas with the Crawfords" is a hilarious tribute to Hollywood's "Golden Era" set during the infamous 1940’s Christmas Eve live radio broadcast of Joan Crawford and her children from their Brentwood home. Christmas with the Crawfords, created by Richard Winchester and written by Mark Sargent, originated in San Francisco in 1993, and has since delighted packed houses from San Francisco and LA to New York. The story takes place in Joan Crawford’s living room circa 1944, where she has scheduled a live interview with Hedda Hopper in a desperate bid for publicity in hopes of saving her career. Joan’s plan is foiled, however, when numerous Hollywood icons drop by to steal the spotlight, including Judy Garland, Carmen Miranda, the Andrews Sisters, Ethel Merman, and, of course, Bette Davis as “Baby Jane.” And when Joan’s “adoring” children take the stage, it becomes clear why Christmas with the Crawfords is called “the mother of all campy holiday musicals”!

December 12, 2014 at 8pm - 10pm
Drury Stage - Bartell Theathre
113 E Mifflin St
Madison, WI 53703
United States
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$20.00 USD · Purchase tickets