Uncle Mike Ruins Christmas
FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.
You better watch out. You better not cry. It’s the 10 Year Anniversary of Uncle Mike Ruins Christmas. This obscene improv comedy show centers on Uncle Mike, a vulgar perverted monstrosity of a man, who twists cheerful Christmas stories into disgusting disasters. You write down a heartwarming holiday memory. We re-enact it. Then Uncle Mike ruins it.
In celebration of the show’s anniversary, we’re excited to announce that for the first time ever Cousin Graham (veteran cast member Graham Downing) will be ruining your holiday memories on Fridays. Saturdays will feature the classic chaos that you’ve come to love from Uncle Mike (Mike Murphy).
“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
When can I see it?
FRI and SAT, 11/24-12/23 at 10:30 pm. Buy tickets.
What does it cost?
Tickets are $17 online to Friday and Saturday shows. Last minute tickets are $18 at the door (cash or card). Discounts are available for military, seniors (55+), students, Amazon employees and TPS members with ID. Online sales close at 8:30 pm on the day of the show.
Would you like to bring a group? Grab a discount for 10+ people by clicking here.
Want to gift this show to someone else? Consider buying a gift certificate!
Creator and Director – Douglas S. Willott
Stage Manager/Board Op – Amanda Walker
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 26th season is made possible by support from the following: