Playhouse Plans Christmas Double Feature
If you are looking for some holiday fun, and would like to support local conservatory students, make plans to visit Playhouse Merced in December for this year’s Holiday Double Feature.
With this production you will have the pleasure of taking a nostalgic trip down memory lane with a live stage adaptation of the classic Rankin-Bass stop motion special, “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer Jr.,” as well as seeing “A Very Mixed-Up Christmas Pageant,” which is a show that tells us what would happen if kids show up to perform a traditional Christmas Pageant in, perhaps, the most opposite style of attire to that of Christmas — their Halloween costumes!
Children from across Merced County have been working hard since this past August to perform for family, friends, and members of the community. With many talents ranging from ages four to 18, the students of the Playhouse Merced Conservatory continue to show that theatre can be done by actors of all ages.
Tickets are still available for this Holiday Double Feature buty they are going fast, so get them while you can!
The show will be running from Dec.1 through Dec. 17.
You can buy tickets by visiting the Playhouse Merced website (playhousemerced.com) or by contacting the Box Office during their office hours (Tuesday – Friday 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.) in person or over the phone, (209) 725-8587.
This is the last production of the year for Playhouse Merced, and they will return with Sondheim on Sondheim (Rated PG-13 for Language) in February 2023.