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A Not So Silent Night

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      New Dawn Theater Company will be performing its Original Christmas Production of "A Not So Silent Night"(A Soldier's Christmas Story)
written and directed by Sherry Ingbritsen.



www.newdawntheatercompany.com Box office 678-887-5015
Performance dates: Dec 6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 2012   Thurs, Fri and Sat eve's at 8:00 p.m. Sat. and Sun. Mat at 2:00 p.m. plus a special Thurs. (13th only) performance at 3:00 p.m.


    Tickets are $12.00 seniors (51+) and children (under 16)$15.00 all other tickets$10.00 each for groups of 10 or more.



The cast includes:Daniel Curtis, James Conatser, Brandi Kilgore, Bruce Saarela, Madison Maxwell, Michelle Saarela, Chuck Mason, Anna Cate Donelan, George Peters, Dawn Ritchie, Cameron Cox, Jordan Cox and Roger Ferrier.



     It's Christmas time. The most beautiful time of the year. Snow is on the ground, homes are decorated with pretty lights and the kids are all excited about what Santa will bring them. But, there is more to Christmas than that. It's about family, and traditions and faith and miracles! This is just what Rusty needs: A Miracle!  As his family is home preparing for a wonderful Christmas Eve and Christmas day in Kentucky, he sits in a medical tent in Iraq, at the bedside of Joe, a wounded army buddy. Joe needs a miracle to help him make it thru the night . He left his young wife Miranda and the baby he hasn't seen yet to fight for our country. Rusty hopes that his stories of home, traditions and family dinner will work magic. After all, Rusty was born on Christmas and has a strong faith in God. As Danielle, Rusty's wife, and their kids welcome the family to dinner, and to begin the holidays with all the trimmings, they learn more about themselves and the true meaning of Christmas. This play is full of love and life and if you truly believe in the magic of Christmas, maybe we can all help bring the miracle to life.
     This is a family friendly play, for kids and adults of all ages.We hope to see you there...!


 

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