Helen-Hayes-winning actor Alan Naylor leads an ensemble of actor/singer/musicians in this cross between a concert and urban fairy tale. The story of a grumpy, overworked New Yorker who resolves to spend New Year’s Eve alone in his apartment when an unexpected visitor brings some much-needed cheer. The evening springs to life through actor/musicians playing an eclectic score that combines pop, rock, jazz, showtunes, and more. The story is inspired, in part, by Hans Christian Andersen’s classic, “The Little Match Girl.”
The performance runs 90 minutes without intermission.
Thu., Dec. 13 – 7:30 pm
Fri., Dec. 14 – 8:00 pm
Sat., Dec. 15 – 8:00 pm
Sun., Dec. 16 – 3:00 pm
Fri., Dec. 21 – 8:00 pm
Sat., Dec. 22 – 8:00 pm
“a cross between a rock concert and a holiday show ” – New York Times
“The most important ingredient for a successful musical is a first-rate score, and this one is terrific…the lyrics are alive with wit and humor, and they don’t shy away from surging emotion.” – Charles Isherwood New York Times
This production is created by the Free Range Humans, a group based out of Frederick. They’ve already graced the halls of BlackRock with their wonderful “Always…Patsy Cline” production.