This, our 27th neighborhood letter, is full of news and happenings for the holiday season. Normally, I (Dennis) write a rambling piece about something that I think is interesting (and hope you do). All along I’ve promised that if I didn’t have anything that was burning to be told, I wouldn’t ask for your attention. With this letter I keep that promise. While I am as excited as ever about this outfit and the amazing people with whom we get to work, I don’t have a story bottled up that needs to be set free. I was thinking that I ought to apologize, but it is more likely that you are glad.
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- November 25–December 24: If you didn’t see their wonderful adaptation of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol last holiday season, be sure to see it this year! We were blown away with the performances, special effects and the amazing set last year.
- December 6–23: The hilarious Santaland Diaries by David Sedaris shows in the Upstage Cabaret
- February 12–March 17: New Music, Part I & II (Two separate performances): Celebrate the life and work of North Carolinian Reynolds Price, one of the South’s greatest writers. Watch both parts in one weekend!
- April 15–May 13: The swinging musical Ain’t Misbehavin’. Oh boy!
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