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Cannon Theatre Presents "An Evening of Cheer"

In the bleak midwinter - especially this one - we all need some holiday cheer. Join The Cannon Theatre online for “An Evening of Cheer”, a cozy virtual fireside reading of a diverse collection of holiday stories, directed by Sally Reid. The cast of expressive storytellers will bring tales of Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas to life, for the enjoyment of audiences of all ages.
     Bring your whole family together for this heartwarming seasonal event, and don’t forget the egg nog! Shows are Saturday and Sunday evenings - Dec. 12, 13, 19, and 20 at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at www.thecannontheatre.org, and are $5 for single admission, $15 per family/household. Storytellers are: Martha Brooks, Stefanie Cloutier, Jeff Geller, Meredith Jones, Audrey McMahon, Jude McMahon, Carolyn Mitchell, Nancy Semcken with special guest appearance by “Linda and Cecilia”. Jerry McMahon will Emcee for the evening.
     The Cannon Theatre is a delightfully intimate non-profit community theater based in Littleton, but currently performing online only during the pandemic. Keeping ticket prices low so everyone can experience the joy of theater during these challenging times is a part of the theater’s mission.
     Searching for a new, bigger home for when we can all gather again is a 2021 goal for The Cannon Theatre, so any donations during this season of giving will be most gratefully accepted.
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