A curious thing happens when Reese Waters takes the stage: The more soft-spoken and laid-back this comic becomes, the louder and more hysterical the crowd reacts. With Waters at the mic, red hot comedy's never been so cool. A D.C. native, Waters began his stand-up career in Manhattan, where "New York" magazine labeled him one of the city's "Ten Comedians to Watch." A successful appearance on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham" earned him spots on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and the "Late Show with David Letterman". The co-host of ESPN's "UNITE", Reese has also hosted "The Daily Line" on the Versus Network, where he interviewed celebrities ranging from Dwyane Wade and Derrick Rose to Queen Latifah and Mike Tyson.
Ice skating penguins, juggling polar bears and an actual sprinkling of snow in the theatre are just a few of the elements that make "Winter Wonderland" a delightful stage spectacle for kids. Featuring more than 60 handcrafted marionettes, this holiday show transports your young ones' imaginations to the North Pole, where Jack Frost is joined by toyshop elves, singing snowflakes and dancing snowmen. By the time Santa and Rudolph land onstage for the finale, and snow starts falling on your heads, it'll be impossible to ignore the pull of the holiday spirit.