Uh-Oh, Here Comes Christmas @ ACT1 Theater

Uh-Oh, Here Comes Christmas! Yes, the holiday season is approaching and it time to steady ourselves as we brace for impact of the final moment in the holiday season marathon; which happens every Fall, but still seems to catch us by surprise every year… Or is it the fact Christmas seems to be creeping closer every single year? Either way, Christmas is coming and there is a show you have to see. Directed by ME!

 Left to Right: Chris Voss, Mary Nimsgern, Willis Hao, Jennie Blevins, Sandy Woodman, Benjamin Roper,  Joe Baxter

Left to Right: Chris Voss, Mary Nimsgern, Willis Hao, Jennie Blevins, Sandy Woodman, Benjamin Roper,  Joe Baxter

ACT1 Theater is putting up “Uh-Oh, Here Comes Christmas” based on the books by Robert Fulghum, adapted by Ernest Zulia and David Caldwell, with music and lyrics by David Caldwell. This show is directed by myself and musically directed by Jennie Blevins. My goal with this show was to craft a fun family experience to remind us what the holiday season is really about and to point out certain aspects of the Christmas season which we need to consider. In the end, this show will leave you laughing, crying, and thinking about what the holiday season means to you.

To help with this, I have enlisted seven talented actors and actress. They will grace the stage for 2 hours, tell you 20 unique stories about Christmas, and become a completely different person in each scene. This cast has dug deep to bring out the true meaning behind the holiday season and it is a special show you should see this December!

Check out ACT1 Theater website for more information on the musical and to purchase tickets: act1theater.com

Runs: December 4th – December 20th Friday/Saturday @ 8PM & Saturday/Sunday @ 2p

 Left to Right: Sandy Woodman, Benjamin Roper, Willis Hao, Jennie Blevins, Mary Nimsgern, Chris Voss, Joe Baxter

Left to Right: Sandy Woodman, Benjamin Roper, Willis Hao, Jennie Blevins, Mary Nimsgern, Chris Voss, Joe Baxter

Photos taken by Mike Glatzer Photography