The Christmas Express
"This is the most hopeless place in the world!" Hilda intones as she and Satch, her assistant, argue over what time it is. She dreams of faraway places and only finds tedium in running the Holly Railway Station. That is, until Leo Tannenbaum drops in out of nowhere the day before Christmas Eve.
Suddenly, an old radio that hasn't worked in years springs to life, the local group of carolers (which usually yowl like a gang of wet cats) begins to sound like the Morman Tabernacle Choir, and the whole town gets the Christmas spirit. Coincidence? Or is Leo doing all this? This nostalgic theatrical greeting card is full of eccentric small town characters, wise-cracking their way to finding the true wonder of Christmas. And on the way, they make us all wish we could take a ride on The Christmas Express.
We believe in the magic of Christmas, and that our patrons will love this heart-warming show, presented by adult actors the weekend before Christmas.
Directed by Stewart Ayers.
Merry Christmas, one and all!