A Sanders Family Christmas


Last Friday my husband and I went to see the Center Players production of A Sanders Family Christmas. It was held inside the chapel of the First Baptist Church of Ridgeland - an appropriate location since the play takes place at a Baptist church! It's a pretty cute show with lots of music and singing. Unfortunately, I couldn't take pictures during the performance, but here's a look at the set.

10 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

It sounds like a fun play! Interesting setting!
I like the snowy car from yesterday! I wonder what kind of car it is?

B SQUARED said...

I've never heard of the play. We have a lot of Xmas pageants in the area but no plays that I am aware of.

Olivier said...

dommage pour les photos pendant le spectacle, l'endroit semble mignon

Lois said...

That sounds like fun!

Jacob said...

Appears you had a good time, but I've not heard of A Sanders Family Christmas, either. Sounds, though, like fun for the whole family.

Re: the horse on the Ocala square - he does not light up unless they've strung lights around him...our horses are year round residents...some are even more brightly colored than this one!

cieldequimper said...

Il manque le synopsis... La scène a l'air sympa.

Tanya said...

What fun. I was just reading an ad about a little local Christmas play and was thinking of taking Ashlyn to it.

Vogon Poet said...

I don't know anything about the play, but the scene seems a bit dark for something about Christmas. But I guess that it changes during the show...

Vogon Poet said...

I don't know anything about the play, but the scene seems a bit dark for something about Christmas. But I guess that it changes during the show...

Halcyon said...

The play doesn't really have a "story". It's a family of singers that goes around to different churches singing Christmas songs in harmony. There is a bit of story between the songs, but nothing really worth mentioning.

VP: They actually performed the show in a church sanctuary - so they had to make do with what they had. No theatrical lighting or anything like that! But they still sounded good!