Thursday, December 20, 2012

Curtain Call

~~ Cinderella stands watch as a king and a caroler breeze past.  Just a regular evening in town... ~~
 
"I will honour Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year."
~~Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol
 
As you can see from the marquee, the Sierra Madre Playhouse production of "A Christmas Carol" will close on December 23rd"Cinderella's Christmas," which has been running on Saturday mornings, will conclude this weekend (Saturday, the 22nd), as well. 

According to the theater's website, "Driving Miss Daisy" will start on January 18th, continuing through March  9th.  The website has more information on tickets, etc., as well as a cool trailer for the play.  Something to look forward to in the new year! 



18 comments:

  1. i love seeing everyone dressed up victorian-ly :)

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  2. I love the old-timey look of your playhouse! A Christmas Carol has been a great Christmas tradition here too:)

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    1. I do, too! I love that so many small theaters are doing it.

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  3. I love A Christmas Carol and saw a version of it played live here in Leeds a couple of week back.

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    1. How great, Paul! Have you seen it a lot of times? I've only seen it a couple of times...

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  4. What a classic look you have captured in this photograph, Adele. Would love to go through those doors!

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    1. Thanks, LOL! It's great to go through those doors, for sure! I have a photo of one of their old seats (prior to a refurbishment awhile back). Will have to post it one of these days.

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  5. I love A Christmas Carol, and I hear that production is charming.

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    1. You know, I have to admit I haven't seen it! (Is that bad?) One of these years...

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  6. The Sierra Madre Playhouse is suhweet!

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    1. Indeed it is - as you and I well know!

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  7. Just discovered you blog... I lived in Sierra Madre for a few years when I was growing up... a great town! Your newest follower.

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    1. Hi! Thanks so much for becoming a follower! So glad to have you. How nice that you were here growing up. It will be fun to see what changes you notice.

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  8. wish I could photograph neon like you've done here

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    1. It was my lucky day! Interestingly, I took two. In one, the neon was blurry and the people were clear. THis one has blurry people...

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