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SOUTH SHORE ARTS' CHRISTMAS READINGS THROUGH THE AGES

2013-11-18T18:32:00Z SOUTH SHORE ARTS' CHRISTMAS READINGS THROUGH THE AGES nwitimes.com
November 18, 2013 6:32 pm  • 

1994 A Christmas Memory by Truman Capote

1995 One Christmas by Truman Capote

1996 A Thanksgiving Visitor by Truman Capote

1997 SantaLand Diaries by David Sedaris

1998 Red Rider Nails the Hammond Kid (A Christmas Story) by Jean Shepherd

1999 Two by Sedaris (Front Row Center with Thaddeus Bristol and The Drama Bug by David Sedaris)

2000 A Politically Correct Holiday Reading from James Finn Garner

2001 Christmas with Larry Flynt by John Cain

2002 Jeeves and the Yule-tide Spirit by P.G. Wodehouse

2003 The Andy Warhol Diaries

2004 A Christmas Memory (reprised) by Truman Capote

2005 SantaLand Diaries (reprised) by David Sedaris

2006 Christmas at The New Yorker, featuring Christmas is a Sad Season for the Poor by John Cheever (and other writings)

2007 Peanuts & Martinis, compiled by John Cain

2008 A Christmas Story (reprised) by Jean Shepherd

2009 Side by Side by Sedaris (Front Row Center with Thaddeus Bristol and Six to Eight Black Men by David Sedaris)

2010 You Better Not Cry by Augusten Burroughs

2011 Gnome for the Holidays, compiled by John Cain

2012 Home for the Hols, travel humor by Tina Fey and Patrick Dennis

Christmas with Larry Flynt is an entirely original piece, but Peanuts & Martinis was a compilation that John Cain put together about the imaginary meeting of Truman Capote and Charlie Brown at one of Jackie O’s Christmas parties. John says, “That story had a lot of original stuff in it as you can imagine.”

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