Going Bare: Romance Amidst Litigation and Lies
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Narrated by Santa Claus himself, this fairy tale treatment of Charles Dickens' cherished A Christmas Carol finds all the familiar roles filled by fairy tale characters. This means the Big Bad Wolf has been cast as Ebenezer "Bah, Humbug!" Scrooge, while Prince Charming portrays the steadfast Bob Cratchit. The Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future are familiar faces too: the Fairy Godmother, Old King Cole and the Queen of Hearts. You just never know who'll show up next in this fun-filled adaptation of the heartwarming Christmas classic. Be sure to stick around after the show so your young ones can have their photo taken with Santa Claus. Learn More
The theatre has a secret donor who is willing to match a donation of 5000 if they can get enough donations as well to equal that amount. They have until October to earn the remaining amount needed. I encourage everyone to donate to a great cause.info • Sep 27 2013 star this tip starred
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Featured review from Olivia Patton
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I have to admit, I am coming back to theatre because of school requirements. I picked this play from a list of others and must say I was not disappointed with it at all. It was great!! The actors and everyone who worked at the theatre were outstanding and I look forward to attending again real soon.
About the Ticket Supplier: Theatre Suburbia
Theatre Suburbia is Northwest Houston's longest running all-volunteer playhouse. They are currently celebrating their 51st season and have now produced over 345 shows. Throughout the years, they have endeavored to provide quality, live theatre to the Houston area. They try to reach as many as possible, by providing a wide variety of plays as well as the unique sets seen with each show. Theatre Suburbia is a small theatre, but that only refers to their physical limitations, not the quailty of work they perform.