Get ready for a fun series of interactive shows at Dangerous Theatre this holiday season!
A Visit with Father Christmas
Performed by Joe Rosier
A family friendly show for the holidays. Legendary storyteller "Country Joe" Rosier brings Father Christmas to Dangerous Theatre for only *2* afternoons of classic Christmas tales. This show is for those 6 and up.
Online tickets: https://dangerous-theatre-sanford.ticketleap.com/father-christmas/details
A-Loan for the Holidays
Written & performed by Winnie Wenglewick
Caroline's divorce is final, and she wants to celebrate the holidays in style. None of her family can join her. Refusing to be alone she decides to rent a family off Craigslist to come spend the holidays with her. What could possibly go wrong? This show gives audience members the chance to choose which family members they will be for Caroline in this somewhat interactive show.
This show is for those 16 and over.
Beach Blanket Bongo
Written & Directed by John McDonald
It’s Christmas Eve 2017 and an old 60’s beat poet relives his glory days on the beaches of California when nothing mattered but the beach and a good wave and a date to the drive in.
This show is for those 18 and over.
Who Killed Santa? The Choose-Your-Own-Ending Musical Murder Mystery Holiday Whodunit
Written by Neil Haven
Directed by Winnie Wenglewick
The jolly old elf gets offed on Dec. 23rd. Who killed him? Was it Frosty the Snowman? Maybe Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer? Did Tiny Tim even have the strength to do it? Steve, The Little Drummer Boy, sure seemed to be mad? Or was Chastity, the NEW holiday character to blame. They ALL had motives and they all had alibis. In true holiday fashion they parody favorite holiday tunes to blame one another. In the end the audience decides. There are *4* possible endings to the play. On the final weekend we will show ALL possible endings. This show is for age 16 and up.
Online tickets: https://dangerous-theatre-sanford.ticketleap.com/who-killed-santa--sanford/
Nick’s Last Christmas
Written by: Terri Giannoutsos, Krysti Payne and Paul Castaneda
Directed by Mark J. Richman
Santa hires an image consultant to bring him into the current century. When things don’t go as planned and the elves aren't happy with the new status quo, Santa decides to just call the whole thing off! Is this the end of Christmas? Not necessarily. This show is for ages 16 and up.
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