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Santa’s Christmas Magic 2018 Has One More Weekend!

December 12, 2018
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Photo Copied from an e-advertisement sent by Dr. Jerry Ivins

Ladies and gentlemen, I am late again.  The first weekend of SCM went brilliantly, and we have one weekend left.  As with the past 4 previous years, I am the music director for this year’s production.  If you come, I can pretty well guarantee you a good time!  Here’s a copy of the add that showed up in my e-mail in-box:

“2018 Santa’s Christmas Magic:

The Musical”

The 23rd Annual Family Christmas Play

 

It is time again for those mean ol’ characters to try and steal Santa’s Magic!  Will they succeed?  

San Jacinto College Central Department of Theatre and Film is getting into the Christmas spirit again.  They will be presenting a musical fantasy centering on a sinister plot to steal Santa’s magic.  This year’s production has over 85 performers (over 35 community children ages 4 on up were cast!).

This is an event filled with classic Christmas songs, elves and living toys.  It is an opportunity for children to visit and have their photos taken with Santa during intermission.  Community and college singers, dancers and actors make this a very unique event!

When:            Dec. 13, 14 and 15 – 7:30 pm Curtain

                                    Dec. 16 – 2:30 pm Curtain (Matinee)

Where:           Powell Arena Theatre – San Jacinto College Central in Pasadena

Cost:               $10 per person for general admission

Box Office:    Will open at 1:30 pm till 5 p.m. Monday – Friday – Powell Arena Theatre – 281-476-1828

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