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The Slutcracker: Holiday cheer for the twisted

Boston SlutcrackerAre you struggling to get into the holiday spirit? Looking for something a bit different to do? If you live in the Boston area, check out the Boston classic The Slutcracker, a burlesque, satirical version of The Nutcracker that opens tonight at the Somerville Theatre in Davis Square and runs nearly every night through the month of December.

The production is the brainchild of Babes in Boinkland troupe director Vanessa White. While it is not quite what you will see if you attend the Boston Ballet’s Nutcracker, what it lacks in technique you will find it more than makes up for in laughs. It may be the best holiday entertainment for the money.

Tickets ($25) are currently on sale. More information about performances and how to purchase tickets can be found here.

Heads up – the video may not be appropriate to play at your office.

The Slutcracker

The Slutcraker returns to Boston for its 5th year.  This home-grown holiday spectacular returns to the Somerville Theatre this December and will proudly host a very special holiday show on Christmas Eve.

Tickets are now on sale >>> buy your tickets here

This scene-by-scene retelling of the Nutcracker, resplendent with ribald parody, “whisks the audience away to a carefree realm of sexual fantasy.” Do you have an uptight friend? Bring them with you and watch them squirm.

This year’s performance starts on Saturday, December 1st. Tickets are $25 and will sell fast.  Here is my write up from last year.

The Slutcracker

Are you struggling to get into the holiday spirit? Looking for something a bit different to do?  If you live in the Boston area, check out the Boston classic The Slutcrackera burlesque, satirical version of The Nutcracker.

The production is the brainchild of Babes in Boinkland troupe director Vanessa White. While its not quite what you will see if you attend the Boston Ballet’s Nutcracker, what it lacks in technique I think you will find it more than makes up for in laughs. It may be the best holiday entertainment for the money.

Tickets ($25) are currently on sale and this year’s show which started this past weekend will run through most of December.  More Information

Heads up – the video may not be appropriate to play at your office.