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Yes, Viginia, There Is a Santa Claus
a Holiday Comedy/Drama
CATEGORY : COMEDY DRAMA CHILDREN
by Pat Cook

COMPANY : ACT1 [WEBSITE]
VENUE : ACT1 Theater [WEBSITE]
ID# 3586

SHOWING : November 27, 2009 - December 19, 2009

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

ACT1 Theater in Alpharetta presents "Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus". This holiday favorite is based on the true story of 8 year old Virginia O'Hanlon's letter to the Editor of The New York Sun asking if there really is a Santa Claus. Editor Frank Church's answer created one of the country's most beloved Christmas stories. Gather your family together for a story that is guaranteed to warm your heart and put you in the Christmas spirit. A family-friendly show at a family-friendly price!

Adult tickets are just $15, Seniors (60 and over) and Children (12 and under) are just $12 each.

You can call our reservations line at 770-663-8989 or just book your tickets online at www.act1theater.com

Shows are every Friday and Saturday night from November 27 December 19 at 7:30pm. There are also 2 Sunday Matinees: December 6 and December 13 at 2:00pm.

For our December 6th date, we are inviting Boy and Girl Scout Troops from all over the area to join our audience at a discounted price. For more information and special pricing, please call Lisa at 770-663-8989.

This show stars: Abby Avery, Alyese Black, Camryn Perkins, Carol Strange, Cassi Maddox, Elena Matchen, Ivy Rogers, James Lee, Lee Lasseter, Paul Komorner, Tom Strong, Wes Ball and is directed by Lisa Matchen.

Founded in 1995 the award winning ACT1 Theater is located inside the Alpharetta Presbyterian Church (180 Academy Street, Alpharetta 30009) which is less than 1/4 mile from where Haynes Bridge dead ends into Academy Street in downtown Alpharetta.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Lisa Matchen
Costumes Suzanne Heiser
Stage Manager Paul Komorner
Lights & Sound Guru Murray Mann
Mrs. Marbury Abby Avery
Mama Alyese Black
Chief Paul Komorner
Frank. P Church Lee Lasseter
Missy Elena Matchen
Mrs. Madison Carol Strange
Father Michael Tom Strong
Publicity Manager Barbara McFann
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