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Ticket prices for musicals:
$23.00 for Seniors
$25.00 for adult non-members
$20.00 for adult CCT members & non-member college students w/ I.D.s
$15.00 for non-member children/students under age 18
$13.00 for children/student members
Ticket prices for plays: dramas & comedies (non-musicals):
$20.00 for adult non-members
$18.00 for senior non-members
$15.00 for adult CCT members & college students w/ I.D.s
$10.00 for children/students under age 18
$8.00 for member children/students under age 18
Books of six (6) tickets: $85.00 (sold to CCT members only) These discounted tickets can only be used for plays (not for musicals)
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Caribbean Community Theatre presents Santa Claus Might Not be Coming to Town & Other Holiday Mischief, a collection of short plays, on Sunday, December 10, 2023, at 4:00 PM. This show features the students of The Calico Cat Company, CCT’s after-school theater program for children.
Santa Claus Might Not be Coming to Town is a comedic Adventure in one act written by Don Zolidis that tells this story: Dipsy the Elf is fed up with the way Santa’s Workshop is run, and she’s not the only one. Tired of the long Christmas season and the demand for more complicated toys, Santa Claus leaves the North Pole, escaping to a glacier with a legion of penguins who worship him. Now, it’s up to Dipsy and her misfit friends to find Santa and teach him the true meaning of Christmas.
Funny Letters to Santa is written by Janea Dahl, but this production also includes original letters written by some of the Calico Cat Company students
Antarctic Mystery is a short, comedic mystery written by Andy Pavey about a family of penguins who have been kidnapped. Two Antarctic scientists and an Arctic fox are searching for them with the help of some magical mermaid friends.
The young actors (ages 7 to 12) will portray a variety of interesting and familiar characters, such as mermaids, penguins, Santa, scientists, a winter wizard, a yeti, and many more. These plays are directed by Heather McRae and Kaila Francis, and feature the students of the Calico Cat Company: Ayla Benton, Marin Bird, Asher and Lily Brantley, Serenity Briscoe, Cecilia and Sofia Burgos, Ben, Gemma and Noah Devlin, Maisara Diaz, Montgomery Fritz, Charley Gay, Amelia Hielema, Miles Kantowski, Madison Locher, Malakai McRae, Leah and Lily Reffell, William (Liam) Schierloh, Caydence Schmitzer, Lux Smith, Eleah and Ellenie Verhoff, and Zaina Yusuf.
Don’t miss this performance at the Caribbean Community Theatre at #18 Estate Orange Grove, Christiansted, St. Croix. Tickets are sold at the box office at CCT (for cash only) prior to the performance: $10 for adults and teenagers; $5 for children (age 12 and under). Box office opens for ticket sales at 3:15 PM on the show date; arrive early for best seating.
Come see these plays at CCT this Sunday, December 10th and enjoy some good family fun.
CCT productions are jointly supported by a grant from the Virgin Islands Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
This show is also co-sponsored by Christiansted Apothecary Hall, Crucian Gold, and Caledonia Communication Corporation.
- Costume items such as wigs, hats, gloves, suspenders, bow ties, neckties, vests, belts, jackets, suits, shoes, boots, uniforms
- Sewing notions: fabric, thread, buttons, needles, pins
- Old newspapers (New York Times, Wall Street Journal)
- Paint, paint brushes, rollers, roller pans, buckets
- Outdoor floor tiles and plumbing for the bar
- Furniture (couches, chairs, stools, tables, trunks, lamps)
- Playback equipment (television, DVD player, digital notebook/iPad)
- Gift certificates from Cost-U-Less, K-Mart, Home Depot, Lisa’s Paint Store, Quality Electric, Gallows Bay Hardware, Quality Food.
CCT has been fortunate in having many generous friends and sponsors over the 33 years we have been serving the St. Croix community. Each year we face the possibility that the new season may be our last, so donations from our friends are critical.
included 9 to 5 – The Dolly Parton Musical, Cabaret, Crowns, The Color Purple, Dreamgirls, Into the Woods, Smokey Joe’s Café, and RENT.
You may choose to support a particular production, or donate money for our scholarship fund to help pay the tuition for students in our Calico Cat Company – CCT’s after-school children’s theater program. Let us know if you prefer that we use your donation for ongoing costs such as electricity, rent, music director fee, show royalties, printing and advertising, costumes and props.
CCT Theater, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (Tax ID #66-0535808), d/b/a Caribbean Community Theatre.
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