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Every Christmas Story Ever Told {and then some}

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Name: Every Christmas Story Ever Told {and then some}
Date: December 14, 2018
Time: 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM EST
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Live performance theatre
Event Description:

Who doesn’t love a good Christmas story? In fact, who doesn’t love every good Christmas story? On Wednesday, Dec. 12 thru Friday, Dec. 14, at the Gilmer Arts Playhouse, a trio of rambunctious performers from Second Story Entertainment of Blue Ridge, GA will try to cover all bases, and lovingly satirize all – well, most – of the most treasured holiday tales in Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some). It makes for an irreverent, and quite enjoyable evening.

The three-member cast acts out parodies of stories from animated TV specials (Frosty the Snowman, A Charlie Brown Christmas, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, etc.), as well as classic tales like The Gift of the Magi. And the lyrics of some of the most famous Christmas carols come under the microscope too. In the second act, the actors perform an often-riotous mash-up of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol and the movie It’s a Wonderful Life, which turn out to have more in common than you might remember.

The script, written by Michael Carleton, James Fitzgerald, and John K. Alvarez, has been around for several years and will be performed by Bill Szarowicz, Jackson Phillips, and Steve Burton. Graphic courtesy of Bradford Little Theatre, Bradford, PA

Get your tickets today for laughter and Christmas Spirit!

Location:
George Link, Jr Gilmer Arts Playhouse
135 Dalton St. Downtown Ellijay
Date/Time Information:
Dec. 12th - 7pm
Dec. 13th - 7pm
Dec. 14th - 7pm
Contact Information:
706-635-5626
Fees/Admission:
$20.
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