| December 19, 2017
John Hughes’ “Home Alone” was a box-office smash in 1990. Directed by Chris Columbus, it become a pop culture touchstone, defined a generation, spawned four sequels (of diminishing returns), and turned Macaulay Culkin into the biggest child star of the decade on its way to becoming the third-highest-grossing film of all time. All of which means it is ripe for spoofing, and the “Unauthorized Musical Parody Of ‘Home Alone” troupe nails it like they usually do, sending up the beloved film with affection while also skewering it with acidic wit.
The premise: Little Kevin McCallister (Natalie Lander) is surrounded by so many siblings that when the family heads to Paris for Christmas, no one notices that he’s not in tow. Luckily for them, that means Kevin can protect the house from bumbling burglars Marv (Sarah Wolter) and Harry (Bohely Quiroz).
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