A Harmony Boys Christmas

Critics

LemonMeter

50 %

Reviews: 3

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 1

It's Christmas Eve 1963 and renowned singing sensations The Harmony Boys are presenting their annual yuletide fundraising concert to benefit their charity “Force Feed the World” (in which they shove food and their personal cultural and religious beliefs down the throats of the less fortunate during the holiday season). It's a singing, dancing, musical sketch comedy extravaganza brimming with heartfelt but provocative satire. Learn More at harmonyboys.net

Reviews

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A strong cast of voices delivers original tunes that brought down the house with innuendo and cliché, perfectly undone by choreography that seems innocent but manages to undermine the wholesome image we are watching.

sweet - Mike and Russell (My Haunt Life) - ...read full review


Rob Stevens

There is not a whit of subtlety in his show. Every crude bit of dialogue or choreographed bit of business is pounded into the stage floor with sledgehammer force.

sour - Rob Stevens - Haines His Way - ...read full review


Don Grigware

A slickly produced and harmonious sounding musical satire with consistently in.your.face political incorrectness. I liked it and admired the talent, but next Christmas I'll go with the silliness of Plaid Tidings.

sweet-sour - Don Grigware - BroadwayWorld.com - ...read full review


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REALLY enjoyed the vocals from everybody in this hilarious show! It was well put together and I was laughing every second. I didn't know what to expect from this "Christmas special" theme, but it was nothing but light laughs and wonderful music the whole way through. I loved the raunchy humor. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

sweet - L.Lewis


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A strong cast of voices delivers original tunes that brought down the house with innuendo and cliché, perfectly undone by choreography that seems innocent but manages to undermine the wholesome image we are watching.

sweet - Mike and Russell (My Haunt Life) - ...read full review


Rob Stevens

There is not a whit of subtlety in his show. Every crude bit of dialogue or choreographed bit of business is pounded into the stage floor with sledgehammer force.

sour - Rob Stevens - Haines His Way - ...read full review


Don Grigware

A slickly produced and harmonious sounding musical satire with consistently in.your.face political incorrectness. I liked it and admired the talent, but next Christmas I'll go with the silliness of Plaid Tidings.

sweet-sour - Don Grigware - BroadwayWorld.com - ...read full review


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REALLY enjoyed the vocals from everybody in this hilarious show! It was well put together and I was laughing every second. I didn't know what to expect from this "Christmas special" theme, but it was nothing but light laughs and wonderful music the whole way through. I loved the raunchy humor. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

sweet - L.Lewis