JINGLE ALL THE GAY! Sunday December 8, 2019 @ 5pm
Sun, Dec 8 at 5pm
After co-producing a wildly successful decade of Homo For The Holidays, Kitten N’ Lou have ushered in a new chapter of this beloved holiday tradition to critical and audience acclaim....their new seasonal spectacle, Jingle All the Gay!
December 6th - 29th
West Hall, OddFellows Building 2nd Floor
915 E Pine Street, Capitol Hill
Tickets: $35 in advance, $40 at the door
We are offering a reduced ticket price of $25 to the Dec. 11 performance, as a special holiday gift to our community
RESERVE A SPECIAL VIP TABLE BY THE STAGE!
- $200/table (seats up to 4)
- Only 6 tables available per show!
- Includes exclusive reserved table seating up front by the stage, table service for cocktails and nibbles by The Tin Table, and a special gift from the JINGLE ALL THE GAY cast!
PREMIUM RESERVED SEATING AVAILABLE!
- Reserved seating with your party in the first two rows! (please note your party must purchase tickets under the same name/order number to gaurantee seating together)
Seattle, December 6th-29th: In the tradition of Homo For The Holidays, Kitten N’ Lou have cooked up the most deliciously queer and delectably extravagant holiday confection Seattle has ever seen, featuring the biggest most bombastic all-star cast yet of both familiar and new faces...guaranteed to make even the most stubborn yuletides gay!
Jingle All the Gay invites you to join our chosen family of fabulous fruitcakes in a joyful and triumphant celebration of song, dance, striptease, and holiday hilarity. Light your menorah, stuff your stockings, and join us in continuing Seattle’s favorite winter tradition... It’s not Christmas in July, it’s Pride in December!
“Jingle All the Gay's New Cast F*cking Sleighs!” (The Stranger)
Praise for Kitten N' Lou Productions:
- "Passion and camp that's otherwise missing in Seattle's theater scene..." (The Stranger)
- "BRILLIANTLY DERANGED" (TimeOut New York)
- “Feminist icons!” (The Australian Times)
- “Genius!” (Huffington Post)
- "Insanely fun to watch" (Verbicide Magazine)
- “Underneath the fabulousness, there's real dancing going on…” (Seattle Weekly)