Hoilday in Whoville hosted by Streamwood Park
Holiday in Whoville !
Friday, December 22, 2017
Two Shows: 5:30-7 PM and 7:30-9 PM
Location Hoosier Grove Barn
Streamwood Park District,
700 West Irving Park Road, Streamwood.
"How The Grinch Stole Christmas"
Directed by Brian Scholz, an area community theater expert,
Performed by the Streamwood Park District Cultural Arts Staff
Members of the St Johns Community,
Parents, and Youth Alumni of the SPD Theater Academy
How the Grinch Stole Christmas has become an indelible part of the holiday season. The children's story by Dr. Seuss first published in 1957, has stood the test of time and ranks #61 in a survey among the Top 100 Picture Books by the School Library Journal.
The Grinch is a grouchy, solitary creature with a dog named Max who becomes a raindeer to pull the sleigh. The Grinch hates Christmas so much that he is determined to end Christmas in the little town of Whoville. In the end the Whoville residents prove that the spirit of Christmas means more than just feasting and presents; and the grouchy, old Grinch joins the residents of Whoville in the feast with a big smile and an even bigger heart.
Join us as our very talented cultural arts community team brings this holiday classic to life right before your eyes! Directing the production is Brian Scholz of St. John the Evangelist Church, Streamwood. Brian has a wealth of talent and has directed a number of community theater events.
Patrons will enjoy a live show, pizza dinner, raffle prizes (1 raffle ticket included with each purchased ticket), and cookie decorating. Fun for the whole family!
Tickets will be sold at the Park Place Family Recreation Center registration counter located in the lower level of the building, 550 S. Park Blvd. Tickets are $10. Tickets may be sold at the door only if show has not sold out. For more information visit www.spdcares.com or call 630.483.3025.
Streamwood Park District