Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Christmas show -- last chance

Miss Fogarty and her Christmas cake -- with "a crust that was glued on with nails."

Inga-Inger-Ingrid-Ingabord-Anna-Marguerita is Santa Lucia. Ja, sure.

Sinter Klaas tells the Dutch children to leave their wooden shoes out overnight.

Elf Jingle studies his "History of Christmas Textbook" in Mrs. Claus's kitchen. It's all part of No Elf Left Behind!

You've got one more chance to see Elf Jingle in "Christmas Around the World," in between the holidays, at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 29. In the past, this has been a popular performance. Come early and get a good seat.
This brand-new show has been well-received. People are especially blown away by Chuck's gorgeous painted scenery-book and a trick he came up with to get Elf Jingle to drag a chair across the floor. I get the feeling that some Dads and Grandpas who came along on a family outing were pleasantly surprised when there were things they could enjoy about the show.
Watch this space for news about the Puppet Play-writing Contest. In the meantime, remember that the deadline is earlier this year -- Jan. 30.

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