This time of year, The Skivvies would be crisscrossing the country like ribbon on a giftbox touring their annual twisted candy cane, I Touch My Elf. But at present, Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley aka The Skivvies are scrooged out of dropping trou and raising the roof with holiday cheer.
With these being such difficult times, we thought we’d put together some of the best performances from “Elves Past” to bring a little joy to our world.
We’ve also included an announcement and ticket information about a wonderful Skivvies “video on demand” Christmas yet to come performance starting December 19th and playing through January 1st.
So, God bless us everyone! Now let’s see whose elf is truly “blessed.”
This what you call, Goin’ to Church!
Lauren and Nick playing with their clappers.
The Skivvies are known for bringing a sack full of special guests to their shows and take it from us, they don’t elf around!
What keeps The Skivvies fresh n’ fabulous in any season, is their musicianship and brilliant mashup arrangements like these.
What would the season be without “The Christmas Song” and a fierce diva to sing it?
As one of Santa’s helpers, Nick Adams is so elfin’ hot he’d do serious damage to an already threatened polar ice cap if he ever tried dancing on the North Pole!
Who wants some more Nick? (Is there anyone who doesn’t???)
On New Year’s Eve, we’ll all be more than ready to drop kick 2020 into trash can of history. Though not from one of The Skivvies’ I Touch My Elf concerts, Max Von Essen dressed to the nines is certainly in keeping with the holiday spirit. And we’d definitely like to bring in the New Year by watching his ball drop.
The Skivvies’ are bringing a Christmas classic to your home this year, December 19 – January 1
From the Laguna Playhouse website:
“This beloved American holiday classic comes to captivating life as a live 1940s radio broadcast. Hailed as “magical” by The Boston Globe and “ fresh and inventive” by the Chicago Sun-Times, It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play is presented as if it was a live radio broadcast in front of a live studio audience. As in the movie, everyman George Bailey must learn that “no man is a failure who has friends” (and a little divine intervention), when he must face off against local robber baron (and all-around curmudgeon) Henry F. Potter.
Joe Landry, who adapted the piece, has worked directly with Lauren and Nick to create this special Laguna Playhouse version. “The Skivvies in Laguna have become an annual holiday tradition, so to continue with this tradition, we’re thrilled to be presenting their take on It’s A Wonderful Life, A Live Radio Play.” comments Executive Director Ellen Richard. Added Artistic Director Ann E. Wareham, “The Skivvies bring such joy and fun to the season, we’re delighted that we can once again share their holiday magic with our audiences.” Joining Nick and Lauren will be Debbie Christine Tjong, who will be doing the “Foley,” as well as some additional characters.”
Purchase a ticket to this Video on Demand performance available December 19 – January 1. HERE
More Information and Concert Dates for The Skivvies as they’re added in 2021 HERE
Watch more concert videos on The Skivvies YouTube Channel HERE
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