Reverend Lee Montgomery welcomed the CVCT into his church which provided a virtuous venue for the talented group. It was also the perfect avenue to not only assist the theatre in raising money to help support their cause and costs of upcoming performances, but to also get the holiday season started off right with music, refreshments and family fun. There were also prizes donated from local businesses given away.
Throughout the evening there were great performances of familiar Christmas tunes with everything from guitars and ukuleles, to pianos and vocals. The talented team even acted out the Twelve Days of Christmas to a delighted and very entertained audience. There were even a few unexpected twists that included witches with the Christmas shopping blues and familiar faces; Gomez and Wednesday, from the Adam’s Family, who dropped by to do a little decorating and reading of children’s Christmas letters to Santa. And, thanks to a little self-discipline, despite it being cold outside, Santa Clause found his way to the church and posed for family pictures.
Stephen Wagner, President of CVCT, was proud of the work and dedication of the actors and singers. “I’m always incredibly impressed by the talent we have in this community. We see ourselves as a theatre that puts on programs, musicals and plays for everyone in the community to enjoy,” He expressed. “I hope that all of your holidays are happy this year.”
For more info, visit the CVCT website: www.cedartheatre.org