A trapeze-swinging Cat, a curtain-climbing Mouse, a mischievous Elf-on-the-Shelf, a singing Wonder Woman, and a befuddled Narrator, are joined by Twin Sisters, who look suspiciously like Birgitta De Pree, in our exciting and very funny Holiday Special. Everybody is trying to help decorate in time for the Holidays, but nothing works out as planned until they all work together. Join us for this super family-friendly, original play that reveals the Most Magical Gift!
Featuring Birgitta De Pree
Katarina Chaskelis, Christopher Keller, Maeve McKisic, Celeste Tice, and David Wild
Saturday, December 17 @ 11am & 2pm
Sunday, December 18 @ 1pm & 3pm
Single Tickets – $12.50 (online or by phone)
Family Four Pack – $44 (by phone only – four tickets to one show)
Flex Pass Tickets $11.50 – includes popcorn
Box Office open Tuesday through Friday 1pm to 7pm
**Help us bring warm, fuzzy feelings to some local warm fuzzies this holiday season!**
Bring a can of pet food or donate cash at the theatre when you come see this delightful family-friendly holiday show and receive a free bag of popcorn!
All donations will benefit our local Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region!
Audience Responses to The Most Magical Gift
Laughing so much my cheeks hurt and the amazing acrobatics.
Birgitta is amazing! The fact that the audience was lit during the performance was so sensitive to littles in the audience. The show was fun, engaging, and my 2-year old loved it.
I thought the comedy was creative, surprising, and fun–for kids and adults. The set really complemented the show–functionally and aesthetically. (I loved the elf jumping out of the fireplace!) I liked that the cast included people of varying ages and with a variety of talents and showcased all their varying talents. My kids were inspired by the cat’s and mouse’s aerial performances. The music and audio effects added a lot. I attended with my little kids and very much appreciated how friendly and welcoming the cast was with them. Multiple cast members let us take pictures with them, and Stella/Brunnie remembered my daughter from a camp last summer. That meant a lot to her/us.