Chimney capers to set the holiday scene
November 29, 2013 by Max
Starting today, a children’s performance of ‘Sorry Wrong Chimney’ will give a lighthearted and zany offering, which the whole family will surely enjoy. The production company probably used flyer printing and other printing services to make this play widely-known to this community and the surrounding districts.
In this performance, which was written by Jack Sharkey and Leo W. Sears, the audience will enjoy a tall tale filled with mistaken identities and comic foul-ups that work their magic around the perfect Christmas present. In this tale, young David Tuttle is a moonlighting department store Santa Claus who is working hard so that he can buy his wife the fur coat she wants for Christmas. He tells his wife he has to work late at the office to hide what he is really up to, but she soon discovers that this is not true. The story features a confused police officer, a burglar dressed as Santa, and an amateur hypnotist, all of whom come together to create a mish-mash of rollicking holiday fun.
Tickets for the play vary in price depending on seating selection, and parking is available in the theatre lot. Sorry Wrong Chimney will be performed from today up until to Sunday, December 22 at various dates and times, at the Olympia Little Theatre located at 1925 Miller Avenue NE in Olympia, Washington. To learn more about this production, the show times, or to purchase tickets, please visit the Olympia Little Theatre website or call the box office.