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Welcome to the Crazy Christmas Cabaret 2012 ! Our 30th Anniversary show !
Vivienne McKee wrote and directed the first CCC in 1982 - (she insists that she was 9 years old at the time ! ) and today , she and her team of comedy actors are definitely "still crazy after all these years " .
In fact , even crazier , because this year Vivienne has decided, much against the wishes of her team , not to do a CCC at all ! Instead , she plans to make a Hitchcock movie .
A manuscript of an un-made Hitchcock film was recently discovered in a cupboard of the underwear department at a famous Hollywood Studio . Pages were torn or missing,
and some had been used as stuffing for the fifties brassiere worn by the famous Hitchcock blonde, Tippi Hedren . When removed from the pointed bra cup and smoothed out , the title page revealed the name of the film: "The Psycho Birds who flew too much " .
This unknown filmscript revealed themes which would be used in many of Hitchcock's later classics like The Man who Knew Too Much , Marnie, Psycho , Rear Entrance , 2400 Nord Vest and The Birds. Vivienne, enthused by the success of Mad Men and Grease , decided to adapt this unknown 50's Hitchcock screenplay and make it the basis for her 30th Crazy Christmas Cabaret . Her fellow actors think that the audiences would prefer a traditional Crazy Christmas Show . They are against her idea of putting suspense and murder on to the stage and think she will make a complete cock-up of it ! They decide to get rid of Vivienne once and for all !
Will the actors manage to get rid of her and do the show that they want to do ?
Is this finally curtains for Vivienne, or will the Mistress of Suspenders succeed in becoming The Master of Suspense ?
Will you be able to laugh while you shiver with shock and bite your nails with fear ? Or will you even care about this intrigue by the end of another hilarious evening with McKee & Co. filled with sensational songs, satire, slapstick humour and sublime side-splitting comedy ? You will get the answers to all these questions and many others you don't even want an answer to, if you buy a seat ( and be prepared to sit on the edge of it ) - for the thirtieth Crazy Christmas Cabaret : Vivienne McKee's "HITCHCOCK-UP ! "