I’m music directing my first live stage production: A Christmas Carol at Portland Playhouse!
I’m thrilled to return to the Playhouse after being featured as Bandleader in 2012′s Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. And I’m thrilled to be part of this innovative, beautiful show.
This is not your Uncle Scrooge’s Christmas Carol. Even if you’ve seen it 20 times, I truly believe you will walk away loving this fresh, music-driven production. The direction by Cristi Miles and the heartfelt acting and singing of our cast make this a holiday experience not to be missed.
Plus I wear a funny wig.
Tickets are available at Portland Playhouse. The show runs Dec. 7-29 and there are a bunch of holiday matinees.
See you there with bells on!
Admit it. Halloween doesn’t do it for you anymore. Sure, you walk a few haunted mazes, you get a few scares.
But when it’s over, you want more. You’re not ready for sugar plum fairies and jolly old elves.
That’s why this holiday season, we’re delivering a scary ghost story live on stage. It’s not your Uncle Scrooge’s Christmas story.
I’m music directing A Christmas Carol at Portland Playhouse, home of the finest risk-taking theater ever conducted in a 100-year-old German Baptist Church.
The show runs Dec. 13 – Dec. 29. And we have a sleigh load of matinee shows.
Come get spooked. And be reminded that it’s all year long, not just the season of giving, when we have the choice to be happy. Scrooge grapples with that choice, just as we all do. And even if we know the outcome, even if we’ve seen it 10 times, it still has the power to move us.
Tickets on sale now at Portland Playhouse!