Seattle Public Theater Unveils New Holiday Double Header

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff
WHO: Seattle Public Theater
WHEN: December 1st - December 24, 2017
WHERE: 7312 West Green Lake Drive North, Seattle
TICKETS: $17 - $34 General Admission
Seattle Public Theater’s holiday double-header returns this season with beloved Seattle favorite Christmastown: A Holiday Noir, to be directed by Co-Producing Artistic Director Kelly Kitchens, and the newly-commissioned world premiere of The Flight Before Xmas by local Gregory Award-nominated playwright Maggie Lee. 
Written by Maggie Lee
Directed by Amy Poisson 
With all the stress of the holidays, spending Christmas Eve stranded in an airport with a bunch of strangers is the last thing anyone needs! With endless delays, kids shuttling between stepfamilies, a rogue cat on the loose, an important business deal at stake, and missing your grandson’s first Christmas morning, the holiday spirit can disappear quicker than your lost luggage. But sometimes, all you need is to be a little late in order to truly appreciate what you’re rushing toward. The Flight Before Xmas is a heartwarming new holiday show about finding your way home and the family we discover for ourselves.
Written by Wayne Rawley
Directed by Kelly Kitchens 
In this film noir-inspired holiday thrilller by Seattle playwright Wayne Rawley, hard-boiled detective Nick Holiday investigates some un-holiday-like shenanigans taking place in Christmastown that sends him on a search for the truth about Big Red. Add a glamorous elf, a used-Christmas-tree salesman, a muckraking reporter, and a quick-thinking cab driver, and you’ve got what the Seattle Times calls “best new holiday romp of the year!”

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