I really did not want to go, but the family did so into the Black Fedora I went to see the Sweet T Christmas show. Tiny place, no stage, no frills. The proprietors seat guests and served drinks before putting on costumes and starting the show. The show is based on a lot of audience participation and that leads to a stream of spontaneous one-liners from the actors. Fortunately, the audience was eager to participate and everyone had a good time.
The American Christmas theme in the show and the 12 Days of Christmas song modified for Charleston were right on target. In the show, Randy and Ralphie from the classic film A Christmas Story, are reunited. One foreign couple in the audience was completely lost and probably did not understand anything that happened all night, but everyone else was laughing out loud.
Overall, this was a lot of fun and added a lot to our Christmas trip to Charleston.