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The Twelve Dates of Christmas, by Ginna Hoben

Annual Holiday Show December 2 - 11



Ginna Hoben's side-splitting one-woman play opens with Mary, visiting her family at home in Ohio for Thanksgiving. She switches on the Macy's Parade and spots her fiancé back in New York — kissing another woman on national TV! We follow Mary’s year-long stumble back into the dating world, where "romance" ranges from weird and creepy to absurd and comical. Finally, in an unexpected encounter, Mary discovers a new perspective on life and love. Rebekah Durham returns as Mary in our now-annual Holiday special. Note: Because of adult language, this show is not recommended for small children.

Dates: December 2 – 11, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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What our audiences say: 
"Totally enjoyable! Great alternative to Santa land, particularly if you are looking for a fun girl's night out."
  
"Just saw this for the second time. What a wonderful show!"
  
"Rebekah Durham is fantastic"
  
"Hilarious!"
  
"Yay Tennessee Women's Theater Project and rah Rebekah Durham.
Incredible performance. WOW. Great play."
 
"Everything I expected it to be - and more . . .funny, warm, and very true."
 
"Wonderful writing and a magnificent actor. Simply a GREAT show. I am going again!"
 
"Amazing performance of course. Love this girl. Great job Becka"
 
"A show for people who are tired of the sweet, sweet holiday shows
that want to leave you feeling better than you really are."
 
"Rebekah Durham was flawless  . . .The script is funny, poignant, insightful and hopeful."
 
What the critics say:
" . . . thoroughly delightful and wonderfully entertaining." Rebekah Durham "captivates and intrigues,
ensuring that by the end of the evening you'll be just a little bit in love" - Jeffrey Ellis, Broadway World Nashville
 
" . . . whether you’re looking for a light-hearted evening of laughs or simply need a break from the holiday rush,
'The Twelve Dates of Christmas' is just the ticket." - Amy Stumpfl, The Tennessean

 



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