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"Well, what was the lesson? What did we learn?
- That blackmail's okay if they're rich and you're poor!
- When you chop up a body, start with the head?
How about when you kill someone, make sure they're dead?"

The (nothing) Sacred Fools have joined the ranks of unforgettable Christmas entertainment with their latest show, A Dr. Jeuss Christmas, running now through Dec. 30. The Fools like to push the envelope, but we think they've dispensed with all envelopes entirely in this one. Let's just say that any production that puts a literal sack of shit on the stage is asking for an obvious comparison to be made. To the Fools's strength, Dr. Jeuss survives the comparison - somehow - and comes off as a light if profane piece of cotton candy.