Children’s Theatre of Charlotte’s newest production, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever the Musical is the PERFECT way to get you into the holiday spirit. It’s a musical the entire family can enjoy. Moms and dads will connect with characters that will remind them from someone in their past.
Me, it was the Bradley family. My younger brother could have been Charlie – standing up to the Heardmans, bragging about Sunday school, not realizing what he was saying (I don’t want to give away too many details). Me, I was Beth. Standing up for my mom, believing in my mom, being swayed by the true spirit of Christmas. My mom was Grace Bradley, “Amazing Grace,” the fair and objective mom. The mom who is empathetic to others’ feelings.
For my husband, it was the Herdmans. He attended Catholic grade school where he learned to become an alter boy. He vividly remembers a family where the boys used to steal from the donation plate and sneak behind the alter and drink the wine.
For your kids, they will enjoy seeing all the children perform. My boys laughed and laughed and laughed. They also left with a lot of questions. Good questions. Thought provoking questions. The Heardmans opened their eyes to a new perspective. A perspective that made more sense to them…. again, I do not want to give away too many details.
We all have stories that connect us to Christmas. This musical reminds us of our memories. It also reminds us of the true spirit of Christmas and this holiday season.
Flash Giveaway! Children’s Theatre of Charlotte (2) Ticket Giveaway for this weekend ONLY!
We have a Smarty Surprise! The Best Christmas Pageant Ever the Musical is selling out fast and our friends at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte have secured us 2 seats to attend any show this weekend.
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The Best Christmas Pageant Ever the Musical
November 25-December 23
McColl Family Theatre
Recommended for all ages
By Jahanna Beecham & Malcom Hillgartner
Adapted from the play by Barbara Robinson
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