The Best Christmas Pageant Ever: Yuletide Family Fun
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The last date listed for The Best Christmas Pageant Ever was Wednesday December 22, 2010 / 10:00am.
Currently at Provision Theater:
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The first book in Barbara Robinson's popular Herdmans series, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, introduced us to the six "worst kids in the world." This hilarious and heartwarming comedy, adapted for the stage by Robinson herself, follows the delinquent Herdman children, who attend church for the first time because they're told there will be snacks. Over the rest of the town's objections, the ne'er-do-wells are cast in the Christmas play -- a sure-fire recipe for disaster. A celebration of the holiday season's transformative power, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever is a delightful time for the whole family. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Cheryl Victorine
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It was a delightful play -- the children and other performers were magnificent. My husband and daughters ages 9 and 12 loved it as well. A great way to kick off the holiday season. Santa greeted us as we entered the theatre and he was amazing with the kids and adults.
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Wonderful, talented cast. Very fun, enjoyable experience. Santa's greeting made it special for everyone. Took my friends for lunch nearby afterwards - a perfect Holiday treat. See this play with your friends and family for the Holidays!
Quotes & Highlights
- Santa Claus is scheduled to appear for a meet and greet at each performance.
When the Herdmans (the nastiest kids in the neighborhood) decide they want to be in this year's Christmas pageant, everyone is sure it will be a disaster. But when the curtain finally goes up, a miracle happens---making it the best ever! This hilarious and heartwarming comedy, filled with singing and music, makes a firm statement about the transformative power of the holiday season (not to mention the transformative power of theatre).