The Continuing Education Department at University of Wisconsin-Marinette will present a concert of Christmas songs featured in classic and popular holiday movies. Songs have been selected from a variety of family favorites, such as White Christmas, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, and Polar Express, and many more!
This two-night concert features singers of all ages, and is sure to appeal to the whole family. Performances are on Friday, December 8 and Saturday, December 9 at 7 p.m. at UW-Marinette’s Theatre on the Bay. Concessions will be provided, and there will be a special appearance by Santa Claus at the end of the concert! Children are invited to take pictures with Santa Claus following the performance.
“Christmas at the Movies” is directed by Brittany Welch. The cast includes Marie Arnold, Kim Behrendt, Hannah Behrendt, Gabe Behrendt, Kaylee Behrendt, Melissa Behrendt, Blake Bourion, Miranda Cunningham, Holly Dellisse, Maggie Fernandez, Marin Fernandez, Tracy Fernandez, Hannah Fields, Chase Grabowski, Cerina Grawey, Jasmine Grotto, Andrew Halfmann, Emily Halfmann, Lauren Halfmann, Kloey Hammons, Galen Hodlofski, Barbara Karnopp, Lacy Kirschner, Kendra Krouth, Leah LaMalfa, Andrea LeBeouf, Lisa LeBeouf, Lydia LeBeouf, Annalisa Mines, Laurana Mines, Patrick Mines, Ana Morrison, Karah Nelson, Anna Nerat, Scott Nowakowski, Ashlynn Pattison, Lily Pompun, James Porras II, Kenan Pulver, Keegan Retlick, Leah Rose, Katie Schneider, Kate Schwaba, Bryeli Smith, Gabrielle Smith, Rebecca Stone Thornberry, Betsy Stuck, John Thornberry, Bethany Welch, Brittany Welch, Connor Whisler, Karen Woods, Madalyn Zelm, Daniel Zuehls, Henry Zuehls, Johanna Zuehls, Jonah Zuehls. Musicians include Anthony Cardella, Sam Hart, Bailey Whisler, and various members of the cast.
Tickets are $9 for adults and $5 for children, and may be purchased at the theatre upon arrival, or purchased in advance by visiting https://tickets.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=6dac58ec5cf0e99... or by calling 715-735-4300 x4342.