The Crackpot Crones are back for the winter holidays, with a new collection of sketches and improvisations and some chestnuts from last year for Crones for the Holidays: The Sequel. The Crones, composed of Terry Baum, slightly world-renown lesbian playwright and Carolyn Myers, retired warrior princess of comedy, offer a touch of mockery and blasphemy to balance the traditional piety and purchasing that overwhelm December. Scenes in THE SEQUEL include a sing-along of Crone holiday classics, "Moishe the Green-Nosed Herring," "The Twelve Days of Family Insults" -- and the introduction of a new song: "Frosty the Snowdon-Manning." Theresa Thesaurus, the illustrious abecedarian, is back to subversively deconstruct a pious Christmas carol. Chanukah Butch returns to tell the Chanukah story with lesbian puppets. Having successfully escaped the nursing home in 2012, the Red Hanky Grannies infiltrate the Pentagon on New Years Eve with their "Crones Say No to Drones" peace protest. And last but not least, building on the resounding success of "The Version Mary" in 2012, in a touching nativity scene, the Baby Jesus and his Mom discuss abortion politics.