Come ‘Home’ to Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre Dec. 19-21
Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre celebrates the wonder of Christmas in the Rocky Mountains on Friday, Dec. 19, with a free community night complete with holiday refreshments, caroling and a visit from Santa.
Doors open at 6 p.m. with White Christmas showing on the silver screen at 7 p.m.
Stick around for RMRT’s annual Home for the Holidays live musical performance Saturday (7:30 p.m.) and Sunday (2 p.m.). RMRT Artistic Director Michael Querio has assembled four RMRT superstars for a song-filled holiday treat.
“The show consists of many holiday favorites and some new songs that are destined to be Grand Lake classics. It has been great to bring back alums people will remember from our blockbuster 2014 season,” said Querio.
Returning to the RMRT stage will be: Kristin O’Connell (Fantine in 2014’s Les Miserables), Kyle Blair (Lord Farquaad in 2014’s Shrek The Musical), Stephanie Hansen, (Janis in 2014’s Hands on a Hardbody), and Sean Pack, featured in RMRT’s productions of Anything Goes and How To Succeed in Business….
“Stephanie and Kristin let their glorious voices shine through on a beautiful duet, Winter Song by Sara Bareilles. Sean moves us with his stirring rendition of O Come All Ye Faithful,” Querio said. “Kyle gives us a contemporary laugh with his great impressions, and the whole program is accompanied by pianist AJ Robb, who will step into the spotlight with a fantastic improvised solo. This will truly be a show you won’t want to miss.”
Tickets for the Saturday and Sunday show are $15. The Friday event is free to the general public. Call 970.627.3421, or buy online at rockymountainrep.com
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