The assemblage makes for a long, often manic, occasionally flat evening. In "Credit Where Credit Is Due," an arrogant, self-absorbed producer John Hamm learns about forgiveness and sharing when Santa Scott McShane finally delivers the train set he'd asked for, and never received, in , during his parent's break-up. This is not a show for kids. The first sketch is the most ambitious--combining puppetry, rhymed couplets, a mythological being and dark generational satire--but it misfires in a big way. Written and directed by a total of 16 different company members, Naked Holidays is a collection of eight adult-themed shorts that look, through rather twisted lenses, at Christmas, Hanukkah, and other versions of holiday celebrations. Timbre Henning sparks a lot of laughs here as an off-kilter receptionist. Although there's no full frontal nudity, a few moments come close with both genders. Simple props, set pieces, and sound effects, supported by Aaron Francis' congenial lighting, help keep Naked Holidays exactly what it is: a frivolous and somewhat saucy way to make merry this holiday season.
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