HURRICANE – A live theatrical production of the story of the Christmas Nativity will be presented free to the public at the Hurricane Fine Arts Center, 63 S. 100 W., on Dec. 11 and 18 as a gift from Hurricane City.
This 15-minute presentation of the Christmas Nativity combines narration and music with local singers and actors of all ages. The majority of the Nativity cast includes enthusiastic students from the Drama Club at Hurricane Middle School.
“Hurricane City asked if any of my students would be willing to participate in the Nativity program,” said Jaimee Harvey, who teaches theater arts at the middle school. “When I mentioned it to my students, many of them were eager to help.”
Julie Parker, Hurricane city’s new volunteer fine arts director, is staging the production in cooperation with Harvey.
“I am very excited to be a part of this and hope to create some wonderful programs for all to enjoy,” said Parker of her new volunteer position with Hurricane City. “We are hoping this program, the Living Nativity, draws people in and makes them aware of the wonderful new place we have for the arts in Hurricane.”
The Living Nativity show will be staged at 6 p.m., 7 p.m. and at 8 p.m. on Dec. 11 and 18, with free hot cocoa, delightful holiday music and a stirring presentation the entire family will enjoy.
Generous contributors to the program include Hurricane City, the Buenos Amigos Club, Walmart of Hurricane, Steamroller, the Hurricane Middle School Drama Club and teacher/director Jaimee Harvey, Sarah Hall, who is crafting the costumes, and John Houston for narration/music.
For more information please contact:
Julie Parker at (435) 635-1674 or by email at [email protected]
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