Theater group to ‘Deck the Halls’ this Sunday
The Little Theatre Group is opening its doors and inviting one and all to “Deck the Halls” in preparation for Christmas.
In years past, the group has used its annual Christmas concert to entertain and to raise funds for one of its favorite charities, the Tom and Norman Home, and this year will be no exception. The Tom and Norman Home was established some years ago in the Caribbean-slope town of Guápiles to provide shelter for abandoned seniors. Charitable donations are its main source of income.
On Sunday, Dec. 11, a merry band of carolers will invite the audience to join in as they bring to life their favorite songs of the season. The hall will be decked with concert performances by such musical talents as Manuel Matarrita, Ernesto Rodríguez, Stacy Chamblin and Silvia Schneegans, while gaily wrapped gifts of wit and sentiment will be revealed in time-honored fashion by LTG stalwarts such as Ann Antkiw, Caroline Kennedy, Kevin Huey and Steve Friedman.
Under the direction of Annette Hallett, this year’s show promises to provide a delightful opening to the festive season.
The show starts at 3:30 p.m. This is a one-time-only performance, so, although tickets will be on sale at the box office, advance reservations are advisable. To reserve, call 8858-1446 or go to www.littletheatregroup.org. The Laurence Olivier Theater is on Avenida 2, Calle 28, next to Sala Garbo.
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