Friday, December 21, 2007

Spend Christmas Eve in Paris

"In an old house in Paris that was covered in vines
Lived twelve little girls in two straight lines

- the smallest one was Madeline."

With the calendar placing Christmas on a Tuesday, it's going to be a looooooong weekend of antici.....PAtion. Already out of school, the kids will have three days at loose ends to repeat the endless query "Can we open some presents NOW?!?"

So Actors' Playhouse is coming to the rescue; there will be two additional performances of it's holiday offering Madeline's Christmas. Take your children away from the temptations of a tree surrounded by unopened presents, and spend an hour or so in Paris with Miss Clavell and the girls.
There will be a 5pm performance on Sunday, December 23. There will also be a special performance on Christmas Eve, at 7:00pm.

Tickets are available on the Actors' Playhouse website, or by calling 305-444-9293

Madeline's Christmas
By Ludwig Bemelmans
book and lyrics by Jennifer Kirkeby
music by Shirley Mier

Directed by Earl Maulding
Costumes by Ananda Keator
Sets by Christopher Jahn
Lights by Patrick Tennent

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