More Christmas Cheer

Following Mighty Toy Cannon's review of A Christmas Carol, there was some chatter surrounding Holidazed at Artist's Rep. I for one have missed too many good shows this year -- shows that came and went before I got around to buying tickets (Dead Funny and The Receptionist come to mind), so I am pleased to report that I have just purchased my seats for the December 18 performance at A.R.T. and I invite Culture Shock readers to do the same.

If you've been tracking Art Spark, the monthly networking social opportunity for artists, then you know it falls on the third Thursday of each month, which just happens to be December 18, and this month's installment just happens to be taking place at ART. In a double feature for the 6@6 presentation, Cynthia Kirk will be reminding folks about the tax credit offered by the Oregon Cultural Trust, and Marc Acito will be on hand to deliver a few comments about his play. Guests are encouraged to stay for Holidazed at 7:30.

So December 18th offers a fantastic evening two-fer: come mingle with artists over a cocktail, and then see a funny play. But here's the catch: while the Art Spark reception is open to all, there are only 9 single tickets remaining for the play. I've put them all on hold. To buy yours -- complete with a 20% discount -- call the ART box office at 503-241-9807, extension 101. Ask for one (or two) of the tickets that are being held under the name Art Spark. (Hey, that would be a good new pseudonym!) No use trying the ART website -- it shows the show as completely sold out.

See you there?

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