Celebrity Guests Join CTG/Second City's A CHRISTMAS CAROL: TWIST YOUR DICKENS

November 21
2:45 PM 2012
Celebrity Guests Join CTG/Second City's A CHRISTMAS CAROL: TWIST YOUR DICKENS

Center Theatre Group and The Second City are assembling an eclectic collection of stars from the worlds of stage, screen, radio, politics, music, food, fitness, spirituality and interplanetary transport who will drop in, one by one, for a special cameo performance in the world premiere of The Second City's "A Christmas Carol: Twist Your Dickens!"

The partial list of guest stars includes musicians Lance Bass and Henry Rollins; actors Rose AbdooJason AlexanderEd Begley, Jr., Barry BostwickNeil Flynn, Keegan-Michael Key,  Sharon Lawrence, John Lehr, Ben McKenzieLamorne Morris, Danny Pudi, Shoshannah Stern, George Takei and Fred Willard; radio personalities Lisa May and Sandra Tsing Loh; writer Bruce Vilanch; performer Miss Coco Peru; scientists Bobak Ferdowsi and Bill Nye; chefs Susan Feniger and Valerie Gordon; professional wrestler John Hennigan (formerly known as WWE superstar John Morrison); child actress turned politician Sheila Kuehl; and LA treasures Father Gregory Boyle and Richard Simmons.  More guests will be announced in the coming weeks.  All guests are subject to change.

Written by Second City alums, Peter Gwinn (formerly of "The Colbert Report") and Bobby Mort (currently of "The Colbert Report"), The Second City's "A Christmas Carol: Twist Your Dickens!" opens November 29, 2012, at Center Theatre Group's Kirk Douglas Theatre. Previews begin November 24 and performances will run through December 30.

For additional information, please see the attached release.

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