Saturday, December 10, 2011

The Little Show That Could

Look at this adorable cast!
Everyone should come see Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!) while you still have the chance. Our holiday show this year is truly The Little Show That Could. And to make our holidays warmer, we need YOU to come see it brought to life.

Three actors, three stage techs/dressers, one director/set designer, one producer/sound tech, one heck of a fun show.

We're not quite halfway through the run now. We've promoting the show everywhere, from Facebook to WLBT to e-mail blasts to shiny postcards to WLEZ and even on YouTube. (Okay, so we're late on our site here, but as you can see - we've been busy. And did we mention that a lot of our board is directly involved with this little holiday gem?)

Our first night, we had an awesome but small house. Last night, we were PACKED and the audience had more fun than is probably legal here in the great state of Mississippi. We're almost sold out for Sunday, but today, Saturday, we have TWO shows and not many reservations. Please, please spread the word and plan to attend:
December 10: 2:30 AND 7:30
December 11: 7:30pm 

The Warehouse Theatre (formerly Childrens Community Theatre building), 1000 Monroe St., Jackson, MS.
All tickets are $12.00. Please call FTW at 601-301-2281 to reserve tickets or for more information.
And remember, your $12 ticket gets you the show, free cookies and cider, AND the chance to see a giant blow-up nutcracker... among other things! So come see the show. Otherwise, the actors will suffer from DAS, and it will be your fault. :( What is DAS, you ask? Well... remember those YouTube videos we mentioned? Here is one of them, a PSA that speaks to this important theatrical issue:

Thank you. And happy holidays!

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