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‘Who’s Holiday!’ a Streaming Benefit for BroadwayCares cuz 2020 DGAF: TRAILER

Remember the cutest Who in all of Whoville?

One little Miss Cindy Lou Who?

Whose wondering blue eyes caught the Grinch green handed but loving heart believed was Santa?

Who was sharing with Max her roast beast when last seen?

Well brace yourself cuz shit has not gone good for her since then.  We’re talkin’ run over by 2020 then backed, up run over again, and left in a trailer park bad.

And it’s hilarious and twisted AF!

On Friday December 11th at 8pm EST you’re invited to catch up on the last 40 years with Cindy Lou for a Who’s Holiday! starring Broadway favorite, Lesli Margherita in the stream of the critically acclaimed, Off-Broadway hit.  The evening benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

The streaming event is free but donations will be accepted for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS during the performance and anytime HERE 

Watch the free one-hour stream beginning December 11th at 8 pm Eastern HERE 

The performance will continue to stream through December 15.

“a raunchy riff on Dr Seuss’s yuletide tale … brassy, very funny … a holiday offering that dirties up Christmas while ultimately reveling in its spirit.”

– The New York Times

Here’s a whopeak of what’s instore for you from the Off-Broadway trailer


From the BC/EFA website

“Who’s Holiday! tells the story of a middle-aged Cindy Lou Who, now residing in a beaten-down trailer in the snowy hills of Mount Crumpit. As she prepares to host a Christmas Eve party for her friends, she recalls her own perspective of that fateful night when she first met the Grinch, and the strange turn of events her life has taken for the past 40 years.

The one-woman show was craftily written by Matthew Lombardo in a rhyming scheme homage to Dr. Seuss. Filmed live in performance, during the show’s celebrated 2017 Off-Broadway run at the Westside Theatre. This is its first streamed performance.

Time Out New York said the irreverent show “dares to be as tasteless as possible while replicating Seuss’s trademark rhythms … flawless … juggling comedy, musical interludes, and audience interaction.”

“Every dollar donated will help those across the country affected by HIV/AIDS, COVID-19 and other critical illnesses receive healthy meals, lifesaving medication, emergency financial assistance, housing, counseling and more. The donations also support and champion organizations focused on social justice and anti-racism.”

If you’re able, please donate to BC/EFA HERE

Every donation during this event will be matched by Phill Gross & Elizabeth Cochary Gross, up to $10,000 .

Your gift goes a long way to help people:

$50 provides 20 people with healthy meals

$100 helps provide home care for someone struggling in their fight with AIDS

$250 covers lifesaving medications for one month for a young man who is out of work and doesn’t have health insurance

$500 helps pay overdue rent and keeps a single mom with cancer and her children from becoming homeless

Thank you for your support and compassion.

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