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Happy Holidaze

A drunk and obnoxious family is wonderful when it's not your own. This holiday season leave your own family dysfunction and spend time with someone else's. The sauced-up comedy of the Loush Sisters Do the Nutcracker is a booze-fueled adventure down memory lane. Now receiving help from their extended family, the irreverent family sings songs while reliving their favorite Christmas memories. A hilarious variety of song and dance numbers and Christmas pageantry mixed with booze, fairies and "holiday cheer" will make your heart grow three sizes tonight. The show starts tonight at 7:30 at Cleveland Public Theatre's Gordon Square Theatre. It runs through Dec. 21. Tickets range from $18 to $36 with special group rates available, including free drink tickets. (Patrick Stoops)

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