Stories on Stage presents “Making Merry” on Saturday, December 15 at 1:30 p.m. at The Nomad Playhouse, 1410 Quince Ave., Boulder, CO 80304.
On Sunday, December 16 at 1:30 p.m. “Making Merry” moves to the King Center, 855 Lawrence Way, Denver, CO 80204 on the Auraria Campus. Tickets are $15-$28 and available at www.storiesonstage.org or 303-494-0523.
Jamie Horton, 23-year veteran, principal actor and director at the Denver Center Theatre Company, returns to Denver for this special show! GerRee Hinshaw, fresh off a sold out run of The Catamounts’ “Men on Boats” and Randy Moore, recently seen in the Curious Theatre production of “Your Best One,” perform in this year’s Making Merry. Music is provided by award-winning composer/pianist Gary Grundei.
Warm tales and seasonal songs to delight our holiday senses and make us smile.
Special stories include “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott (Giving from the heart is what the holidays are all about) and “The Light, the Sword, and the Nintendo DS” by Karen E. Bender and Robert Anthony Siegel (It’s a genuine challenge trying to keep Chanukah more about family and less about toys.)
Celebrating their 18th Season, Stories on Stage presents renowned actors performing dynamic and entertaining short stories.
Stories on Stage mission includes two outreach programs: “Voices Out of Silence,” a suicide prevention program for teens, brought directly to local middle and high schools, impacting approximately 750 students a year and “Cuentame un Cuentito/Tell Me a Story” is a bilingual performance that integrates Latin American folk tales with music, projections and dance, impacting over 2,500 students.
“Making Merry” is sponsored by Les Crispelle, Glenn Tiedt and in part by the Citizens of the Scientific and Cultural District (SCFD), Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Bonfils Stanton Foundation. We’d also like to thank the Boulder Community Foundation, the Daily Camera and the Denver Post.