Annoyance Christmas Pageant: Comedy Theatre Cleans It Up For Holiday Classics

12/21/2010 04:09 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011

The Annoyance Theatre & Bar, an Uptown institution led by pioneering improviser Mick Napier, is maybe best known for its long-running and hilarious musical, "Co-Ed Prison Sluts." Most of the titles and lyrics of its songs cannot be reprinted, even here.

But the Annoyance is cleaning things up tonight for one last performance of its annual Annoyance Christmas Pageant, a funny and family-friendly musical performance.

This year, it's a double feature: Phil Meister directs the cast in a re-telling of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and "The Year Without A Santa Clause" (sic). "Come see Charlie Brown sing an ode to his Christmas tree and find out what happens when Santa takes a vacation," the Annoyance invites.

Tickets to the event are $16 for adults, and $12 for children under 12. (Children's prices aren't listed for "Co-Ed Prison Sluts.")

What: The Annoyance Christmas Pageant

When: Tuesday, Dec. 21, 8 p.m.

Where: The Annoyance Theatre
4830 N. Broadway St., Chicago

Price: $16 adults, $12 children

Order tickets online here, or by phone at 773-561-HONK.

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