Santa Claus takes to the Tidemark Theatre Stage

The North Pole choir are warming up their vocal chords for their perfect song for the Christmas Eve wrap party

Santa will be back on the Tidemark stage just in time for Christmas in Dear Santa by Norm Foster.

In his workshop are his adorable and talented elves making gifts for Santa’s Christmas eve  deliveries. Santa’s staff are on hand to do their jobs – Algernon, Octavia and Bozidar.

What is it the North Pole or the land of stupid names? Kit arrives on Boxcar Willie and Lou Flapdoodle makes his appearance trying to sell Santa a newer and faster sleigh for his Christmas Eve flight.

The North Pole choir are warming up their vocal chords for their perfect song for the Christmas Eve wrap party. To say the least the North Pole is a very busy place.

The magic begins when you arrive at the Tidemark Theatre. Mrs. Claus will be there with cookies, a letter to Santa for you to sign, and reindeer food for you to take home for Christmas Eve.

Imagine having the perfect reindeer food to sprinkle on your lawn Christmas Eve.

Santa’s reindeer cannot resist this magic mixture.

Dear Santa is brought to you by Antics and Young Theatre Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday will be a matinee performance at 1 p.m. at the Tidemark Theatre. Tickets are on sale now at the Tidemark Theatre 287-PINK (7465)

 

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