Submitted by San Juan Community Theatre
It’s already time to get into the spirit for this year’s San Juan Community Theatre Holiday Festival, from 5-9 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 1. Tickets are $100 each.
With both the winter play (“Death by Design”) and Spring Musical (“The Drowsy Chaperone”) set in the 1920s, they are inspiring a chic Art Deco motif for the festival. Attendees are invited to get on party clothes and celebrate the amazing performing arts community.
What better way to kick off the season of parties and celebration than by attending this year’s holiday festival? Normally, casual islanders love to gussy up for this event that is the theater’s biggest fundraiser of the year. As is tradition, the theater will be transformed for the season. Coho Restaurant, led by Anna Maria de Freitas, will bring delicious food and wine, and popular auctioneer Jay Fiske will bring his signature pizzazz to the stage, along with other entertainers.
See friends while enjoying food, wine and entertainment. Plans are underway for the ever-popular silent and live auctions too.
San Juan Community Theatre staff and volunteers strive to expand performing arts and education opportunities, fostering a thriving island community. For more information, visit sjctheatre.org.