Erie Times News - December 4, 2004
Irreverent - But Funny
by Su Harrington
'UnXmas Story,' 'The Eight: Reindeer Monologues' offer an evening of surprises and adult entertainment.
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Now here's something you don't expect to see: A Christmas play with an angel who cusses out a shepherd and a Wise Man who loses his camel.
These are but two of the laughable surprises in Jeff Goode's new play, "The UnXmas Story,"
now playing at Directors Circle Theatre with Goode's smash hit, "The Eight: Reindeer Monologues."
"The UnXmas Story" takes place in Bethlehem a couple of thousand years ago, when a young couple of the lineage of David ends up spending the
night in a stable because there's no room at the inn, or as the Woman says, the innkeeper turned them away because he could tell they were poor.
This irreverently witty tale will defy your expectations from beginning to end, and you'll love every minute of it.
Aaron Pacy and Michelle Pacy star as "Man" and "Woman," with Jason Fried as the shepherd reluctant to leave his flock, Kelly Rodland as the Angel, and Jeff Rodland as the King.
These seasoned performers create a show that will keep you chuckling for days.