Help bring Santa home at Steel Beam's 'Sing-Along'
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Julie Bayer of Naperville as Christmas past, and Steve Connell of Crystal Lake as Scrooge will perform in "Scrooge the Musical" at Steel Beam Theatre on Nov. 17-Dec. 23.
Courtesy of Steel Beam Theatre
Submitted by Steel Beam Theatre
Steel Beam Theatre in downtown St. Charles will present its annual favorite "Sing-Along with Santa" weekends beginning Nov. 17.
This interactive musical and holiday visit with Santa himself is written and directed by Kim Maslo of Schaumburg and features a lively cast of Santa's elves, Frosty, Rudolph and Mrs. Claus all frantically searching for Santa who has mysteriously gone missing. All is well when the singing of the audience brings Santa home.
Photo opportunity is unequaled as each young audience member visits with Santa in the festive holiday setting onstage at the theater, 111 W. Main St. in downtown St. Charles. Performances are at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturdays and 1 p.m. Sundays with a few additional performances at 11 a.m. Sundays.
Visit www.SteelBeamTheatre.com for complete listings and to purchase tickets. Tickets are $15 or $10 for children. The cast features young actors from throughout the Fox Valley including: Brooke Baurer, Olivia Baurer, Bella Buncher, Ashley Fritz, Abbey Loria, Carrie Loria, Ella Schamberger, Isabelle Schamberger, all of Geneva; Paige Clippert, Allison Cole, Jimmy Farace, Madeline Farace, Lucy Gruber, Colby Strohl and Tyler Strohl, all of St. Charles; Jacob Gallaher, Lindsey Gallaher, Ivanna Kurywczak and Emily Taylor, all of South Elgin; Maggie Madziarczyk of Sugar Grove; Jamie Maul of Aurora; Riley Sachse of Batavia; Madysen Simanonis of Winfield; and Emily Whaley of Schaumburg. SBT veteran Tommy Hintz of Geneva returns to play Rudolph.
Steel Beam Theatre is an intimate 79-seat theater now in its 12th season of live theatrical presentations in downtown St. Charles. The theater is handicap accessible from Main Street. Reservations are suggested for this popular event. Visit www.SteelBeamTheatre.com or call (630) 587-8521 for information about the main stage holiday show and classes for youth.
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