Season’s Greetings

A Farcical Holiday Shoot 'Em Up!

Playwright: Alan Ayckbourn
Director: Elizabeth Helman
Dates: November 30, 2012 to December 18, 2012
Buy tickets: Ticketmaster

Half a dozen friends and relatives are celebrating Christmas with Neville and Belinda. Various children are also there and, though unseen, their presence is always felt. Petty squabbles break out and some not so petty. The arrival of Clive, a young writer, leads to what momentarily appears to be a tragedy: Clive is shot by trigger happy Harvey who thinks he is a burglar. Hilarious highlights include a chaotically incompetent puppet show and a midnight love scene that sets off a fearful din among mechanical Christmas toys.

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Reviews

St. Louis Actors’ Studio brings us the witty and “perfectly English” shenanigans of Alan Ayckbourn’s “Season’s Greetings.”

Steve Allen, Stage Door STL

"Season's Greetings" is this year's earliest Christmas gift

Dennis Brown, Riverfront Times

Ayckbourn’s stylish writing makes "Season’s Greetings" a nifty holiday gift - 4 out of 5 stars

Mark Bretz, Ladue News

Jason Grubbe is a hoot and Phillip E. Bozich and Teresa Doggett ought to be gift-wrapped

Judith Newmark, St. Louis Post-Dispatch