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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Chatham Community Players to present ‘Christmas Cards: Letters to Santa’


Chatham Community Players is excited to present Christmas Cards: Letters to Santa, an evening of heartwarming holiday sketches by playwright G. David Post. Crazy cat ladies, wide-eyed children, sock-knitting witches, ghosts and geese and angels and elves abound in this holiday romp that will be fun for the whole family.  Join us for a delightful evening (or matinee) of laughter and holiday fun by Post and guest playwright, Steve Ruskin, from December 8 – 16, 2017. Amy Sellars of Ridgewood is making her directorial debut at the Chatham Playhouse.

Christmas Cards 2017

Christmas Cards 2017

Comprised of actors from four surrounding NJ counties, this talented and lively bunch includes Connie Masterson, Molly Farrell, Andrew Palmieri and Julia Hearne of Chatham, Joelle Bochner of Springfield, Howard Fischer and Aidan English of Berkeley Heights, Julie Anne Nolan of Little Falls, Chip Prestera of Stirling, David Kapferer of West Orange, Maria Brodeur of Rockaway, Ginny Crooks of Bloomfield and Glen D. Post of Sparta.

Delightful for audiences of all ages.

Christmas Cards: Letters to Santa

All seating is reserved.

EVENING PERFORMANCES

FRI, December 8 @ 8:00 pm
SAT, December 9 @ 8:00 pm
FRI, December 15 @ 8:00 pm
SAT, December 16 @ 8:00 pm


MATINEE PERFORMANCES

SAT, December 9 @ 3:00 pm
SUN, December 10 @ 3:00 pm
SAT, December 16 @ 3:00 pm

Tickets are $25 for Adults, $23 for Seniors (65+)
& $15 for Youth (18 and under)
Please present your TICKET BARCODE at the door.
HANDICAPPED SEATING can ONLY be guaranteed by contacting the Box Office at least 24 hours prior to performances by emailing BoxOffice@ChathamPlayers.org
or calling 973-635-7363
For Box Office information, visit ChathamPlayers.org/Tickets.

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Sometimes written in crayon, sometimes pencil, on notepaper, construction paper, with drawings and without.  We smile at the innocence of children reaching out to Mr. Kringle, whether they ask for one thing or for a list that needs three pages.  These are expressions of faith in kindness and hope for happiness.  These are the Letters to Santa Claus. Post says, “I love Christmas and I love to make people laugh.  There is nothing I’d rather do than to help people connect with their humanity and tap into the joy that is theirs for the taking.”

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