Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Yet Another Shameless Plug for Punch 59

Here's the press release:

PUNCH 59 Sketch Comedy presents
The Rev. Bill and Betty Holland’s Interfaith Christmas Show

10:30 p.m.
Thursday, December 6th
Friday, December 7th
Saturday, December 8th

45th Street Theatre
354 W. 45th Street

Tickets $15
No Drink Minimum
Buy tickets at

Punch 59 Sketch Comedy
The music of Sudden Death (Dr. Demento’s Funny #1 of the Year)
Leybia Rodgers (a.k.a. Mindy Raf)

PUNCH 59 SKETCH COMEDY is proud to present Rev. Bill and Betty Holland and their timeless message of intolerance and misunderstanding with an INTERFAITH CHRISTMAS SHOW.

Bill and Betty’s “Interfaith Understandings” give a twisted, satirical, ultra-right-wing take on an array of topics, including Passover (“it seems like the Jews aren’t even trying to be Christian”), Rock 'n' Roll (“Mick Jagger and Satan are Mexicans who have come to steal American jobs”), and Mormons (who are “singlehandedly ruining the American institution of starter wives and trophy wives”).

Rev. Bill and Betty Holland are the creation of PUNCH 59’s founder, Marty Hill, and have been a staple of the sketch comedy troupe since 1995.

Punch 59 and Sudden Death ask that everyone attending the show bring a new, unwrapped toy to benefit the U.S. Marine Corps’ annual “TOYS FOR TOTS” campaign (

Sudden Death is a comedy rap trio from New Jersey and they have twice been Dr. Demento’s “Funny #1” of the year. They are currently the top contender for Dr. Demento's Funny #1 of 2007, with the two most popular comedy hits of the year (“Getting Old Sucks”and “Pillagers #1”).

Leybia Rodgers (a.k.a. Mindy Raf) is glad to be bringing her sexy tofu nipples back to Punch 59! Mindy writes a weekly advice column on and has been featured in the New Yorker.

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