Freetown Village Celebrates Christmas promises to inspire as it explores the significance of family and cultural traditions during this holiday season. Set in the 1870s in an African American community, the play celebrates the richness of community, the spirit of giving, and the preservation of family traditions.
This is a time when Christmas was not a holiday celebrated by many, and certainly was not the commercialized season we know today. When Sarah Elizabeth introduces a modern way to celebrate Christmas, the town is clearly divided. Audience members as part of the “Christmas Program Committee”, will have an active role in helping decide on how to support her plan.
Come join us with your family, friends, and co-workers for a memorable holiday experience!
•Matinee – $5.00
•Evening (until 11/30): Adults-$12.00
•Evening (after 11/30): Adults-$15.00
•Children (5-12): $5.00
•Cake Walk Raffle Tickets: $10 for 1, $15 for 2
2015/12/04 - 2015/12/04
Additional time info:
•Matinee:10:00 a.m. Performance
•Evening: 7:00 p.m. Performance & Cake Walk