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This weekend:
Miracle on 34th Street

based on the film by George Seaton
directed by Chris Rohmann

Our annual Holiday Challenge Benefit.  A staged reading, with scripts in hand, minimal rehearsals, and only the props and costumes we can find lying around!  This year, it's the radio play version of the classic movie.  In 1947, the Lux Radio Theatre broadcast a play based on the movie over the NBC network.  Now, we'll try to re-create that broadcast (more or less) using the talents of Robert Britton, Barbara Gallow, Zach Gray, Kate Hebert, Ken Hebert, Rayah Martin, Dana T. Ring, Konrad Rogowski, Becky Schoenfeld, Leila Schoenfeld, and Kelly Seip, under the direction of Chris Rohmann.

Running this Friday and Saturday, December 5 and 6, at 8PM, with a Sunday matinée on December7th at 2PM.  Doors open three quarter-hours before curtain.

Rehearsal shots
At the mics are Ken Hebert and Robert Britton.  Behind them are Barbara Gallow, Kate Hebert, Zach Gray, and mother-and-daughter team Becky and Leila Schoenfeld.  And behind them is ...
... Kelly Seip, doing all the sound effects, including hoofbeats using coconut shells she made herself. Zach and Becky take their turns at the microphone.
Practicing curtain call.  Between Zach and Becky is our Kris Kringle, Konrad Rogowski.  To the right of Robert is Dana T. Ring and Rayah Martin.  With his back to us is director Chris Rohmann