Review "Lettuce Rejoice: A Holiday Tradition"

Lettuce Rejoice 2010100% pure laughter and enjoyment is how I would describe Hedda Lettuce's "Lettuce Rejoice: A Holiday Tradition" at the Metropolitan Room in NYC. This was my first time seeing Hedda's annual holiday show and I'm sure glad I went.

Part stand-up comedy, part cabaret, but all original! Hedda knows how to put on a show and put one on she does! Hedda takes holiday classics such as "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer," "Frosty the Snowman," "'Twas the Night Before Christmas," and "Feliz Navidad" and puts her own spin on them with her brilliant parody lyrics. Since this is a holiday show, there is something for everyone...Hedda pays special homage to the Jewish faith as only Hedda can...with comedy!

From the opening number all the way to the end, Hedda had this sold-out crowd laughing out loud for almost 2 hours and even then, the audience cheered for  more.

If you are looking for a holiday delight, then I suggest you get yourself to the Metropolitan Room in NYC for "Lettuce Rejoice: A Holiday Tradition" (34 West 22nd Street, between 5th & 6th Avenue). With only 2 shows left, Friday, December 24 at 7:30pm and Sunday, December 26 at 7:30pm, you don't want to be standing out in the cold wondering why it's so hot inside!

Call 212-206-0440 for reservations: $22 cover + 2 drink minimum

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