Friday, November 30, 2012

LIVE from Chicago, It's Hannukatz The Musical! "The ONLY Rock 'n' Roll Hannukah Musical on Earth!"

Pouncing from the pages of :

To learn more about
 Hannukatz Saves Hannukah
CLICK HERE
To read my book review
CLICK HERE

To purchase Hannukatz Saves Hannukah
CLICK HERE

 I am proud to announce that
beginning November 29th 
and running through December 30th
you can  "ROCK OUT"
to the
ONLY Rock 'n' Roll
HANNUKAH MUSICAL
ON EARTH! 

HANNUKATZ THE MUSICAL!!

AT THE
 NEW NATIONAL PASTIME THEATER
IN CHICAGO!

One thing I strongly urge you to add to your "eight crazy nights" is Hannukatz The Musical the zany, off-beat and hilarious play , which was written by  the equally zany, off-beat, hilarious (and brilliant in an avant garde kinda way) Terry Abrahamson.

It is for those who celebrate Hannukah and for those who don't!

Hannukatz The Musical addresses  the problem of commercialism and greed in our kids  in a wry, witty and fun way.   Check it out: 



From the National Pastime Theater website:


Starring Wellington Da Silva as the tie-dyed Meowmulkah-sporting title character on his Hannukah-eve visit to the Skokie-based Moskowitz family’s Hannukah-hating kids. Isaac Samuelson and Maren Rosenberg portray the Moskowitz kids Josh and Emily with Rachel Pallante and Jordan Levin as their parents Syl and Gil. Self-described in his Jerry Lee Lewis-inspired theme song as “a catnippy, kinda trippy, chocolate chippy old hippie,” Hannukatz is a 6'7" talking, rocking, cat armed with an arsenal of rousing Hannukarols like “Do the Chhhh,” “No Jews Allowed,” and “Hannukah is Not the Jewish Christmas.” Grammy-winner Abrahamson (book/lyrics) and collaborator Michael Carlson (music) bring the audience into the musical world.



TO ORDER TICKETS: CLICK HERE





About Terry Abrahamson:
he won a Grammy writing with Muddy Waters, wrote the Boston Celtics fight song recorded by George Thorogood, wrote for Oprah Winfrey, has a book of his Blues photography "In The Belly Of The Blues",  (Check out the  website for his blues book right here) in the permanent collection of the library of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, created Chicago's adult musical comedy review KAMA SUTRA...and many, many other accomplishments too numerous to mention!



34 comments:

  1. Woof! Woof! Oh its at my home town. I do miss Chicago, just a great city and missing all the great plays. For sure this will be a hit. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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    1. Sugar we forgot you are from Chicago! Chicago is one of Mom's favorite cities EVER! xoxo

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  2. MOL, now that sounds like fun! We hope you're OK with those allergies, Cody.

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    1. Oh yeah I am...one of my zillion flare ups for the year. Mom has me on meds AGAIN! Thanks so much!

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  3. Have a fabulously fun filled Friday. Hope your start to the weekend is a good one.
    Best wishes Molly

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    1. Hi Molly! It has been! Thanks so much and the same to you!

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  4. Awwww happy Hannuka!! Take care
    x

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    1. thank you Old Kitty! It actually starts Dec 8 but we got an early start :)

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  5. That sounds like such fun! If we were going to be in Chicago, we would totally see it.

    We gave you an award. Come and see! :)

    Hugs, and have a great weekend!

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  6. That does sound like a bunch of fun. Are you going?? Take care.

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    1. Marg funny you should ask that question. Terry (who wrote the book and play) happens to be our cousin. :)

      We would LOVE to go but it isn't looking like we will be able to afford to. We sure would love to though!

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  7. mom cracked up at de wee one at de end...

    "ITZ GOOD" !!!

    thanx mew cody for sharin N we hope ewe haza grate week oh end !!!

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    1. MOL! Your Mom has a great sense of humor! So glad she liked it! You are most welcome1

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  8. Sounds like a complete blast! Thanks for the info! Purrs...

    Pee Ess: We've shared an award with you over on our blog (http://www.colehauscats.com) and look forward to seeing you light up all your stars! You deserve it.

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  9. Hey Cody, Jet here. Hi Miss Caren.

    What a hoot! Mom can't listen to anything at the biscuit earning place... wish we lived closer!

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  10. Hehe!! Nothing like being able to take the p*ss out of yourself! Shows great style and panache!!!

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  11. Sounds like a great show! Maybe someday they'll make it to Minneapolis...we have a healthy and growing theatre district here!
    : )

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    1. Hi Katie and Glogirly! Thanks!!! He happens to be my cousin, I will let him know! :)

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  12. Hi, sweet Caren, Cody and Dakota! Thank you for stopping by my blog. I too love to smell leaves burning. I also like to smell wood burning. You all have a wonderful weekend. Hugs and nose kisses for you all from all of us!

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    1. Hi Maggie! You are most welcome but you never have to thank us! You have a wonderful weekend too! We love ya!

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  13. Heh heh. Now THAT looks like the kind of holiday show the Human and me could totally get behind! We would totally go if Chicago weren't 2000 miles away--it sounds heelarious and we loved the preview!

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    1. Spitty you are EXACTLY right! It is right up yours and your Human's alley!!!

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  14. Hannukatz is 6'7". Wow. That is one big cat.

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    1. Has to be cause Chanukah is EIGHT days MOL!!

      Santa has the big belly and we have the HEIGHT......MOL!!

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    2. OOps! Even though I think I typed six foot seven inches, it came out looking like 67". Well, you knew what I meant!

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