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Sturgeon Bay – The Herald Angles Learn to Sing
December 10, 2022 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
One event on December 10, 2022 at 2:00 pm
FREE fun family event!
Rogue Theater will celebrate its 10th Christmas with a humorous holiday production; “The Herald Angels Learn to Sing” by Tracy Wells. It’s Christmas in Herald and there’s nothing this small town loves more than its annual Christmas pageant…except maybe for their baseball team, the Herald Angels. So, when half the cast of the pageant comes down with laryngitis, it’s up to the beloved baseball players to save the day…if they can learn to sing, that is. But with their own invitation to play in the big city Winter Classic on the line, will the Herald Angels step in and sing? Or is the Christmas pageant doomed after all? This slice of small-town Americana will delight audiences of all ages and culminates in a beautiful reminder of what Christmas is all about. The performance also offers a host of well-known Christmas carols and a chance for the audience to sing along.
Filled with songs, holiday cheer, and a special message, this production will be sure to please the entire family. It is performed by nearly 30 children, teens, and adults from throughout Door County. The mayor of the town will be played by Lisa Woodman; the town reporter is Ashlynn Keel; the pageant director is Lola DeVillers; while the baseball coach is played by Jackson Toivonen. The Herald Angels include Atticus Haus, Deacon Haus, Barrett Haus, Corbin Londo, Atlas Clark, Kenny Gregory, Cambria Londo, Ari Luett, and Connor Woodman. The townsfolk include Cici Luett, Audrey Luberger, and Lucas Apsey. Other actors include Lillian Price, Madison Allen, Nicole Allen, Averie Hall, Rylie Black, Ivana Boll, Azura Black, Vaughn Leiberg, Logan Woodman and Aiden Allen. Stage work will be done by Mason Black. Music accompanist will be Josh and Gwen Gregory.
The show, directed by Lola DeVillers, and will be performed Friday, December 9th at 7:00 and Saturday, December 10th at 2:00. All performances are held at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 1756 Michigan Street, Sturgeon Bay. Free admission with donations appreciated. For more information, call Rogue Theater at 920-818-0816.
As families gather for these holiday productions, Rogue Theater is collecting food items for local families in need. Audience members are encouraged to bring dry or canned food items. Rogue Theater will then double to the donation. All food collected will be donated to Lakeshore CAP of Door County. Strong communities are built upon strong families and individuals. Lakeshore CAP is committed to providing effective, fast, and supportive services to those in need. Your assistance can help realize real change right here in Door County. Giving to the community is what Rogue Theater is all about. It’s a community theater…for the community, by the community. What a great way to give back to the community we serve.