“Have Yourself an H1N1 Christmas, or, Snufflin’ in a Swine Flu Wonderland”


Rubber Chicken Theater presents its second annual Holiday Comedy Revue, entitled “Have Yourself an H1N1 Christmas, or, Snufflin’ in a Swine Flu Wonderland.”

December 11-12, 18-19, 26 and 31 at 7pm at The Venue at Mohaupt Block, located at 2024 West Superior Street in the West End of Duluth, right next to Anderson Furniture. Tickets are $15 per person. The Venue has a full bar, so folks can enjoy beverages before the show and at intermission. Oftentimes, the show is much funnier after a visit to the Venue bar.

We’ll examine the disagreement between Fond-du-Luth Casino and the City of Duluth, take a sneak peek at a UMD faculty Holiday Party hosted by Rod Raymond, and try to help out the Proctor Police Department by finding a winning bidder for their motorized recliner that looks an awful lot like a La-Z-Boy, but is not.

Audiences will also get a chance to see the debut of the new horror film “Parabolic Activity”, starring local meteorologists Dave Anderson and George Kessler. Be sure and look for the Super Secret Celebrity Cameo in the shocking twist ending.

“Have Yourself an H1N1 Christmas” will be written and performed by Greg Anderson, Minden Anderson, Taylor Martin-Romme, Brian Matuszak, Anna Vogt, and Sharon Dixon Obst. Jerry Bacon and Anders Hultstrom are overseeing the technical elements and Linda Bray is the piano accompanist extraordinaire. Additional material is being written by Cheri Tesarek and Nathan St. Germain.

INFO: (218) 213-2780, [email protected]



about 13 years ago

maybe a little tacky, especially after that local kid died this last week from h1n1. i can't imagine how his mom would feel, seeing an ad for this show.

too soon?

Rubber Chicken

about 13 years ago


Yeah, I thought about that today when I saw the news.  Very unfortunate timing.  I'm sure not just his mom but his whole family would feel badly if they happen to see it, but I hope they would realize we named the show a while back, prior to this horrible news becoming public today.  We did not do it in response to the news becoming public.  It just happened that our press release and show info went out to the media on this same day.    

Brian Matuszak
Executive Producer
Rubber Chicken Theater

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