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2015 Season - Christmas at the Barn 2015

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Christmas at the Barn 2015

Music directed by Shasta Moray

Evening Performances at 8:00 pm
December 17, 18, 19

Matinee Performances at 2:00 pm
December 20

With Christmas getting closer, SOHO’S Brighton Barn Theatre is putting the finishing touches on its' annual holiday presentation. Featuring songs, skits, laughter and love of the holiday season, this year's musical variety show is sure to get everyone into the Christmas spirit. Held in the cozy and intimate Proctor-Simpson Barn for four performances only, December 17 to 20, the show features fifteen talented local performers.

Led by musical director Shasta Moray and accompanied by Evita Van Zoeren-Seymour, the troupe of singers and actors will entertain in a wide variety of musical styles with solos and team up for duets, trios and a choir. Several cast members will also join in on guitar, mandolin,and keyboard. Adding a special touch to the show is Charlene Marcus on the harp. This year's show includes a Christmas melodrama, "Rollin' in Dough in Mistletoe   or   Don't Crack Jingle Bell Rock" by Mariette Slater and directed by Patricia Sherwin, that is sure to have the audience laughing and shouting out with glee!

The choir numbers will include a swing version of "Santa Claus is Coming to Town", and the more traditional "Little Drummer Boy". You'll hear standards like "Let It Snow" and "O Holy Night", alongside some more contemporary Christmas songs like "Grown Up Christmas List" and "It Wasn't His Child".

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Auditions

Auditions are being held for the Brighton Barn Theatre's spring comedy "Ghost of a Chance" by Flip Kobler & Cindy Marcus, directed by Linda Sacchett.