Home for the Holidays
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A new play written and directed by Jacqueline Hubbard
December 8, 2011
December 18, 2011

Thurs, Fri & Sat 7:30pm
Sat & Sun 2:00pm

ON STAGE THIS WEEK!

Join us for a traditional Ivoryton Christmas.

Home for the Holidays at the Ivoryton Playhouse
Written and directed by Playhouse Executive / Artistic Director Jacqueline Hubbard

Take an unexpected blizzard, add a sprinkling of the Nutcracker, a pinch of Dickens’ Christmas Carol, stir in a little romance and festive song, top it all off with holiday magic and you get a new family tradition called Home for the Holidays premiering at the Ivoryton Playhouse.

Show runs from December 8th – 18th.  Show times:  Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm.  Matinees at 2:00pm on Saturday and Sunday.  A perfect way to celebrate the season with the whole family.

Home for the Holidays is generously sponsored by Citizens Bank.

Tickets, at a special discounted price, are on sale now:  $30 adults, $28 senior, $20 student, $15 child.  Call 860.767.7318 or book on line!

CAST (in alpha order)

Kearney Capuano (Old Saybrook)

Celeste Cumming (West Hartford)

The cast of Home for the Holidays

Maggie McGlone Jennings (Madison)

Gayle LaBrec (Westbrook)

Erica LuBonta (Simsbury)

Addison Marchese (Essex)

Michael McDermott * (West Hartford)

Jayson Naylor (Deep River)

Liz Pester (Deep River)

Carolina Read (Deep River)

Norman Rutty (Centerbrook)

Will Schneider (Ivoryton)

Beverley Taylor (Essex)

Kaitlyn Vitelli (Guilford)

* Member of Actors Equity

Written and directed by Jacqueline Hubbard

Stage Manager:  Jim Clark

Musical Director:  John Sebastian DeNicola

Choreographer:  Meghan McDermot

Lighting Design:  Doug Harry

Join us for an opening night reception after the Friday, December 9 performance.  Come and meet the cast!  Light refreshments will be served.

PRESS RELEASE

Deck the Halls!

A Connecticut Christmas Story
Home for the Holidays
by Jacqueline Hubbard
at Ivoryton Playhouse

Ivoryton:  Take an unexpected blizzard, add a sprinkling of the Nutcracker, a pinch of Dickens’ Christmas Carol, stir in a little romance and festive song, top it all off with holiday magic and you get a new family tradition called Home for the Holidays premiering at the Ivoryton Playhouse on December 8.

Home for the Holidays is a new holiday show conceived and directed by Playhouse Executive/Artistic Director, Jacqueline Hubbard. “This has been such an important year for the Ivoryton Playhouse. Not only did we reach our 100th birthday but we weathered a hurricane that tore down our beautiful spruce and narrowly missed the building. I feel as though something was watching over us on that day and that was the inspiration for this story.”

Make Home for the Holidays part of your holiday tradition

This heart warming family story is filled with carols, new and old, and many faces familiar to Playhouse audiences.  Cast includes Playhouse favorites –  Beverley Taylor, Norm Rutty, Michael McDermott*, John Sebastian DeNicola, Maggie McGlone Jennings, Caroline Read, Alanna Burke, Celeste Cumming, Gayle LaBrec, Jason Naylor, Brandon Clark and Addison Marchese. And some new local talent will be making their Playhouse debut in this show – Erica LuBonta, Liz Pester, Will Schneider, Kaitlyn Vitelli, Kearney Capuano and Carson Waldron. The set for this production is designed by Jo Nazro and lights by Doug Harry.

Come and experience the true magic of the season with this original Connecticut Christmas story – for two weeks only.

Home for the Holidays opens on Thursday, December 8th and runs thru December 18th for 2 weeks. Performance times are Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2pm. Evening performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30pm.  Tickets are $30 for adults, $28 seniors, $20 for students and $15 for children and are available by calling the Playhouse box office at 860-767-7318 or by visiting our website at www.ivorytonplayhouse.org (Group rates are available by calling the box office for information.)

A traditional Christmas story

The Playhouse is located at 103 Main Street in Ivoryton.

Members of the press are welcome at any performance. Please call ahead for tickets.

*member of Actors Equity



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