UpStage Theatre Presents The Beverly Hillbillies: A Play Based on the Popular TV Series
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The last date listed for The Beverly Hillbillies was Saturday March 3, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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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
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Look out Houston! Jed, Granny, Jethro, and Elly May have moved in next door. You might have heard the sound of their old truck, or seen Granny starting to plow the front yard of their mansion in their exclusive neighborhood.
They don't mind if you come on out and laugh at them, Heck, they'll just think you're being neighborly. The Drysdales are mixed on their feelings about the whole thing. Mr. Drysdale, a prominent bank president is rather happy with Jed depositing all that money in his bank. Mrs. Drysdale is not so enamored with the change in the neighborhood society. Miss Hathaway is trying to keep the peace.
About the Ticket Supplier: UpStage Theatre
UpStage Theatre is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and group of talented volunteers dedicated to providing the highest quality, yet affordable and family-friendly theatrical experience for both the young and the young at heart. They take great pride in the professional quality of their children's series and their evening theater series and aim to make the theater-going experience accessible for those who might not be regular theater-goers.