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X*ACT presents this popular annual holiday variety show in 2018. The show includes singing, dancing, laughter, special effect lighting and lots of music!
This is an All Ages show, children 12 & under are $7 with a paid adult and can be purchased as a Child Add-On Ticket for Believe! .
ALL Admission - Doors at 2:00 PM | Show 3:00 PM
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From the Publisher
This play is the perfect opportunity to combine traditional Christmas music with a sweet, contemporary story. It’s ten days before Christmas, and 15-year-old Alex Norton is struggling. He’s always loved Christmas, but the shine has left his favorite holiday. He sees Christmas as nothing more than an over-hyped, greedy, present-grabbing time of year. Where is the peace in this season that’s suppose to be all about the Prince of Peace? Alex wants to believe in something... but what? Reluctantly, he participates in “Project Christmas” at his church, where members of his youth group are preparing items for the homeless. First, we get a glimpse of the younger children’s adorable Christmas pageant rehearsal, including a child in half a donkey costume (missing his better half!) and a herd of adorable sheep complaining about their itchy wool costumes. Still not warming up to the season, Alex is finally convinced by Angela, a young friend who Alex finds out is homeless, to realize that if you work to make this world a brighter and better place, the peace grows. “It doesn’t help to curse the darkness, it only helps when you light a candle. That’s what God did for us that lovely, silent night.” Filled with warmth and laughter and brightened by traditional Christmas songs sung by the actors, a choir, or even your audience members, everyone touched by this play will find something in which they can truly... Believe!