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A Don’t Hug Me Christmas Carol
Bar owner Gunner Johnson plays the role of the holiday humbugger in A Don’t Hug Me Christmas Carol, a Minnesota-flavored musical update of Dickens’s classic fable. While his wife Clara strings the tree and belts out soon-to-be-household carols such as “Gramma Cut the Christmas Cheese,” Gunner has nothing to add except a bit of musical criticism: “That song is worse than ‘Gramma Got Run Over By a Reindeer.’ At least that one has a positive message.” Faced with a cheery Christmas spent with his friends and family, Gunner decides to take his snowmobile for a spin instead—and ends up plunging through the frozen lake and into a coma (“Gunner Fell Into an Ice Hole”). In his dream, he receives a visit from Norwegian folk hero Sven Yorgensen, who curates a tour of Christmases Past, Present, and Future. Written by playwrights and native Edinans Paul and Phil Olson, the 17-song soundtrack features originals in all styles, such as the country-rock lament “The Wheel is Turnin’ But the Hamster is Dead” and the sultry, jazzy “I’d Rather Be Naughty.”
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About New Century Theatre
First opened in 1908, the New Century Theatre has played many roles throughout its history. Originally known as the Miles, the building began as an art-deco vaudeville house and in the 1920s transformed into a state-of-the-art movie theater after a comprehensive renovation. Renamed The Century Cinerama in the mid-‘50s, the theater boasted a reputation as a tourist attraction rivaling the State Fair, but the ‘60s brought plummeting ticket sales, and, in 1965, a devastating fire. Today, the site is home to a freshly rebuilt, multifunctional performance venue, great for musical theater, educational presentations, and public shamings.