Uncle Mike Ruins Christmas
FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.
You better watch out. You better not cry.
Jet City Improv’s holiday favorite is back for another season of perverse holiday cheer. You write down a heartwarming holiday memory. We re-enact it. Then Uncle Mike ruins it in ways no sane human should be able to imagine.
This year sees the return of Cousin Graham (Veteran cast member Graham Downing). He’ll turn your Friday memories into twisted nightmares, while Uncle Mike tends to your Saturdays.
Foul and fun, alarming and charming, come see why audiences return year after year for another serving of Uncle Mike’s special blend of madness.
Be warned, this improvised show features mature content and is not suitable for anyone.
“Bawdy retellings of of audience members’ anecdotes… for those whose hearts are two sizes too small.” – Seattle Met
“A foul, perverted, and often funny satire of family dysfunction.” – Seattle Weekly
Directed by Doug Willott.
When can I see it?
Fridays and Saturdays, Nov. 23 – Dec. 22, 10:00pm. Buy tickets.
What does it cost?
Tickets are $17 online and $18 at the door.
Discounts are available for military, seniors (55+), students, and groups.
This show will contain mature language and themes.
About JCI Late Night
Uncle Mike Ruins Christmas returns to the stage as a part of Jet City Improv Late Night, our collection of original formats that push the boundaries of theater by uniting performers and audiences around a few thematic rules before setting them loose in pursuit of fast, funny, intelligent comedy that holds nothing back. Often provocative and always entertaining, these late night productions are sketch comedy’s cutting-edge cousin that don’t need a script or a set to deliver big laughs. Jet City Improv’s 27th season is made possible by support from the following: