presented by ACTLab and Dina Martina

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Dates: Dec 6 – 24, 2018
Running Time: Approximately 80 minutes, with one intermission.
Location: Falls Theatre

The holiday season will be extra special this year, as the beloved comic genius Dina Martina blankets ACTLab in yuletide merriment. Miss Martina (a.k.a. “The Second Lady of Entertainment”) will be joined by noted accompanist and Stranger Genius Award-winner, Chris Jeffries, in bringing her famed holiday train wreck of a show to the ACTLab stage for the first time since Martina began the tradition at Seattle’s Re-bar over twenty years ago.

Like all of Martina’s shows, this treasured Seattle holiday tradition promises to be a truly wondrous and surreal blend of questionable song, unnecessary dance, overburdened costumes, and side-splitting video. Walk, don’t run, to buy tickets!

Photo by David Belisle

Dina Martina
Chris Jeffries

Robert J. Aguilar (Lighting Design)

Launched in 2007 as The Central Heating Lab, ACTLab serves as an incubator and catalyst for new works. Uniquely positioned to provide space and resources in a collaborative environment, ACT partners with emerging and seasoned local artists, giving them the sustenance and pressure required to experiment, grow, and transform their work and reach new audiences.

ACTLab is investing in the imagination of audiences and artists, cultivating new ideas through experimentation, excellent art, and meaningful partnerships.

ACT believes that our patrons can determine what is offensive for themselves, and what is appropriate for their children. We don’t create age restrictions but do our best to offer content advisories for each show. For detailed information about show content and possible triggers, please contact

“Dina Martina goes way beyond drag into some new kind of twisted art.”

John Waters

“The most original drag performer working in America today. A master comic.”

The Village Voice

“Absolutely high-f**king-larious! GO, GO, GO!”

Dan Savage

“Comic genius. I’ve never seen anything as brilliant or as funny as Dina.”

The Atlantic

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