Everyone has moments when they feel like they can’t make a difference, where they feel lost in life, or that they give so much but receive so little. Sometimes they think the world would just be a better place without them. This happened to a man named George Bailey, and for a while he sees a world where he has never been alive. He sees what a positive difference, however so small, a person makes on those around them.
Cascade Community Theatre, located in the Snoqualmie Valley, would like to share this story with you, and the important message it brings to all of us. This December, CCT would like you to join them at the Cedarcrest Performing Arts Center in Duvall for “It’s a Wonderful Life: a Live Radio Play” by Joe Landry. We are going to transport you back to 1947, to a radio station in Yonkers, New York, where you are the guests at a nationally broadcast holiday radio show. From ticket booth to concessions, to theatre seats and stage, you will be immersed in a world of the 1940’s.
There will be a pre-show visit from Santa Claus in the lobby, a “Most Interesting (Ugly) Sweater” contest during the show, family sing-a-longs, and live holiday music during the intermission. An evening of fun for youngest of children to great-grandparents, we also encourage dropping off a can or two for our local food bank.
“It’s a Wonderful Life: a Live Radio Play” adapted by Joe Landry, directed by Davin Henrikson.
Show dates and times are Dec 1, 8, 10 at 7 pm, Dec 3, 10 and 11 at 2:00 pm. Santa arrives 30 minutes before the show starts.