LEVI STEWART COMMUNITY THEATER
PRESENTS ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW
The Levi Stewart Community Theater presents the annual Christmas Show for 2014, Virgil's Christmas Catch by Eddie McPherson. The production, with a cast of nineteen, will be presented Friday, December 5th and Saturday, December 6th at 7 PM at the historic Stewart Library Building in Corinna.
Virgil Sludge is from the country. He's working a temporary job for extra Christmas money as a custodian at a leading ad agency in the city. He and his best friend Ellard play around with one of their own advertising ideas while taking a break in an executive's office. By mistake, the storyboard with a catch phrase about fishing lures is taken to the printers and published as the new campaign slogan. Sounds bad, but it might be good. This is a great fish-out-of-water, Christmas story with lots of hilarious confusion between the country folks and the city folks.
Admission will be $6 per person with a family rate of $20 for four or more from the same household. The Stewart Library building is located at 8 Levi Stewart Drive in Corinna.
Refreshments will be on sale. For more information, visit the Levi Stewart Community Theater page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LSCTheater.

Members of the cast rehearse for the Levi Stewart Community Theater Christmas Show.
BOSSOV BALLET THEATRE
TO PRESENT THE NUTCRACKER
Bossov Ballet Theatre at Maine Central Institute and the Waterville Opera House present The Nutcracker on Friday, December 12th and Saturday, December 13th at 7 PM and Saturday, December 13th and Sunday, December 14th at 2 PM.
The holidays would not be complete without a visit to the magical world of The Nutcracker. Each performance brings toy soldiers, dancing mice, and the Land of Sweets. Children of all ages will delight in Tchaikovsky’s perennial favorite produced by Bossov Ballet Theatre from Pittsfield.
Tickets are $19 for adults and $17 for seniors and youths and are available now through the Waterville Opera House box office at 873-7000 or by visiting www.operahouse.org. There will be photo opportunities for children after each show with the Nutcracker, Marie, the Sugarplum Fairy and other characters.
In the spirit of the season, Bossov Ballet Theatre students will also be sponsoring a gift drive on behalf of The Christmas Program at The Maine Children’s Home in Waterville. Boxes for gift donations will be located in the lobby of the Waterville Opera House until Sunday, December 14th. Gifts such as new/unused books, toys and winter clothing (especially gloves and hats) are gratefully accepted. For more information about the gift drive, please call 207-487-5915.
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