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The Ticks, “It’s A Wonderful Life” Adaptation – VIDEO

BREWSTER – The ever-creative band, The Ticks, delivered another epic skit at the Christmas Cavalcade For the Homeless, this time re-enacting their own version of, “It’s A Wonderful Life.”

The centerpiece act for a long time at the Cavalcade, the Ticks, almost always come up with a theatrical production that features all or almost all of their musician friends at the same concert. It makes for theater unlike any other.



Bouncing between sweet and hilarious, the show lasted 19 minutes and it took a while to edit it down to these six minutes. We think we captured the essence of it, but the truth is there is really only one way to see a Ticks Christmas show, and that’s at the Cavalcade.

See you next year.

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The Christmas Cavalcade For the Homeless is a benefit for Housing Assistance Corporation.

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Brian Tarcy

Brian Tarcy

Brian Tarcy is co-founder of Cape Cod Wave. He is a longtime journalist who has written for the Boston Globe, Boston magazine, the Cape Cod Times and several other publications. He is the author of "YOU CAN'T SELL RIGHT FIELD; A Cape Cod Novel." He is also the author or co-author of more than a dozen mostly non-fiction books, including books with celebrity athletes Cam Neely, Tom Glavine and Joe Theisman. His previous book was, "ALMOST: 12 Electric Months Chasing A Silicon Valley Dream" with Hap Klopp,who created the iconic brand, The North Face.
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