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Join Lakes Area Radio Theatre and witness living history! Before television, radio variety shows were the primary source of entertainment. Lakes Area Radio Theatre keeps this tradition alive! Come see the live studio recording!

Friday December 8th!

Lakes Area Radio Theatre is ready for the holiday.  Come enjoy.

Bah Humbug Becky is the Biggest Brat of the season.  In her mind, Christmas only exists for Santa, and Santa only exists to bring Becky presents.  If it is the Holiday season, then Becky must be scheduled for the Christmas Spirits to visit her.  Come see how she tries to avoid this visit this year at the Lakes Area Radio Theatre’s presentation of “Humbug Becky“.

 
Author of Humbug Becky:  Bob Sievers from Alexandria has written several stories for Lakes Area Radio Theatre.
The Nic Files: Lost Claus. What’s a hard-boiled private detective suppose to do when business is down and everyone else is up with the holiday season?  Nick Flebber thinks there must be something in the egg-nog when a short guy with pointy shoes and lots of dough shows up at his office to hire him to find his missing boss, the one and only Santa Claus.  The moolah is real so he takes the case, heads off to the North pole where he meets Santa’s daughter’s and learns that a certain big business run by a guy name Grinch is trying to corner the toy market himself.  Will Nick find the big red guy in time to save Christmas?  You will only discover the solution at the Lake Area Radio Theatre.
 
The author of Nick Files:  Dan Fiorella lives in New York.  Downtown New York.  Very downtown New York.  Okay, he lives in Staten Island. He’s written for the “Prairie Home Companion” with Garrison Keillor, MAD magazine, and “The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers.” Dan was Dear Dottie for the Weekly World News and the Traveling Editor for Cracked magazine. This radio program is rather loosely based on his book “Lost Claus,” available on Amazon.com. He often posts on www.danFiorella.com and enjoys writing about himself in the third person.
 Tickets available at Lakes Area Theatre – 2214 Geneva Road NE, Alexandria – 320-815-7664.

Friday December 8th at 7:pm as usual on the shores of Lake Geneva – 2214 Geneva Road, Alexandria. $8 admission.