Have you been thinking about coming to see “Silent Night: The Real(ish) Story” produced by the Saline Area Players? The final show is on Sunday, December 3 at 3 PM at Fifth Corner, 211 Willis Rd. Tickets will be available at the door for $5/person (bring cash or check). General seating.
The audience response has been great. Here are a couple of quotes from audience members:
* Thoroughly enjoyed "Silent Night the Real(ish) Story" this evening 11/30/17. Very clever use of space, engaged audience participation, spirit of actors was fun loving and clever, technical was right on, script was well written, choreography was creative and fitting to the plot. Fr Josef was strong and tender. Children were 'on it.' The plot offered some tender moments and was humorous and uplifting.
* Thoroughly enjoyed last night's performance of Silent Night. Such a great script and impressive group of actors of all ages!
This original production tells the “embellished” story of how the favorite Christmas carol “Silent Night” was created in a little Austrian village on Christmas Eve when the organ broke. It’s perfect for the whole family!
Full information is available on SAP’s website at www.salineareaplayers.org