Reading of Truman Capote's Classic Short Story A Christmas Memory
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for A Christmas Memory have expired.
The last date listed for A Christmas Memory was Sunday December 23, 2007 / 3:00pm.
Currently at Julia Morgan Theater:
- Full Price:
- $35.00 - $60.00
- Our Price:
- $17.50 - $30.00
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Enjoy an evening of hot cocoa, fruitcake and a tender reading of the Truman Capote classic A Christmas Memory, performed by Thomas Lynch, last seen as General Genghis Khan Schmitz in the Berkeley Playhouse smash debut, Seussical, the Musical.
Capote's short story, often touted as one of the finest short stories written in the twentieth century, is a charming memoir about the love and friendship between a boy and his elderly cousin, and the adventures they share while they gather ingredients for their holiday fruitcakes.
Following this treat, local singing sensation Tamika Nicole will perform with Tal Ariel, and then lead the audience in an uplifting sing-along. Take a break from the holiday madness and enjoy a celebration reminiscent of simpler times.
About the Ticket Supplier: Berkeley Playhouse
Berkeley Playhouse is a professional theatre for all ages. It was founded in 2007 by Artistic Director, Elizabeth McKoy, a professional theatre actor, director, and teacher for over 20 years. Originally trained in New York, Elizabeth has performed in New York, Seattle and in the Bay Area. She also served as education Director at the Julia Morgan Center for the Arts, creating and providing exciting and creative teacher training for schools, after-school programs and pre-professional development programs and on the faculty at the internationally known Seattle Children's theatre for five years. Elizabeth was Teaching Artist in Residence in many Seattle public and private schools and assisted with the development of an interdisciplinary curriculum for them-based education for 5th and 6th graders in public schools.