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    Bunbury Theatre presents Hanukkah, Christmas, and the apocalypse - all in one place - when The Last Hanukkah Christmas takes place beginning tonight.

    The Last Hanukkah Christmas will take place on Dec. 13-16 and Dec. 18-23 at 7:30 p.m. each night.  Matinee shows, meanwhile, will occur on Dec. 16 and 23 at 2:30 p.m. each day.  All performances are to happen in the Henry Clay Theatre, located in the third floor of the Henry Clay Building at 604 S. Third Street in Old Louisville.

    Tickets for each show are $21 for adults ,$18 for seniors 65 and over, $10 for students with ID, and $10 for children 12 and under.  All tickets can be purchased at the door or at Bunbury Theatre's website.

    The Last Hanukkah Christmas is a continuation of the comedy series from Bunbury's own Juergen K. Tossmann.  In this work, Klaus Klurman finds himself alone at the beginning of the end of the world.  He's met my several spirits, including one of his old friend Hyman Goldstein as well as his wife, Margie.  The spirits will help Klurman deal with themes of recollection, fear, and eventually hope.  

    Following The Last Hanukkah Christmas, Bunbury Theatre will present The Grass Harp.  That production will open in February.  More information can be found at the Bunbury Theatre website.

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