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Finest City Improv Mocks Dreaded Holiday Tradition with First-Ever Christmas Show

Improv performance asks San Diegans to forget the Grinch: It’s F**king Christmas

San Diego CA— This year, forget Christmas lights in parks and your traditional holiday photo with the Grinch. Revive the seasonal spirit as Finest City Improv presents its first-ever show mimicking horrible holiday traditions—corporate office parties and the fear of working on Christmas.

Beginning November 7, Finest City Improv invites San Diegan’s to the cabaret-style theater in North Park every Saturday night for It’s F**king Christmas. An irreverent holiday party that will knock your green and red socks off, Finest City Improv digs deep into the relationships of coworkers at America’s Finest Ad Agency to expose the corporate heroes saving Christmas on a deadline.

“We’re hosting another f**king holiday party, and this employees are forced to do the unthinkable—work on Christmas,” says Founder and CEO Amy Lisewski. “The best part about the show? We don’t have a script. The audience directs where our performance goes while we act out everyone’s holiday nightmare.”

The improv performance encourages guests to immerse themselves in the show, from wearing ugly Christmas sweaters and mingling with the performers to enjoying food and drinks and providing suggestions that personalize the performance.

Founded in 2011, Finest City Improv performs bold comedy improv and provides improv training for individuals and business teams. Every Thursday through Sunday, Finest City Improv brings the community together to laugh, learn and perform because, as Lisewksi says, “Life is just more enjoyable when you are laughing.”

It’s Fkng Christmas will run 7 to 9 p.m. every Saturday from November 7 through December 12, ending in time for guests to attend real company holiday parties and take pictures with the fcking Grinch – if they must.

For tickets to the blasphemous holiday show and more information on Finest City Improv, please visit www.finestcityimprov.com/theater/christmas.