Who won the tickets to Elf on Broadway?

Holy Holidays, Readers!

We had over 150 (!) entries in this week’s giveaway . . . all suggesting holiday favorites that should make it to the stage.  If that doesn’t tell you there’s a market for holiday one-offs, I don’t know what does.

You want to see everything from Love Actually to Home Alone to Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol to The Santa Clause and a whole lot more (click here to see ’em all).

I have to say that I am disappointed that no one suggested the holiday classic TV movie, The Christmas Shoes, starring Rob Lowe and based on that easy-cheesy, tear-jerking, song of the same name.

But I digress . . . only one of those entries could win the tickets to Elf, so . . .

Congratulations to RandiJM!  You’re going to Elf! (Randi suggested The Saga of Hannukah Harry, or It’s Hard to be a Jew on Christmas, by the way.

Email me Randi, and I’ll set up your holiday seats.

And for the rest of you runners-up, my gift to you is the aforementioned brie-filled tune, below.  Enjoy!


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