Valley Theatre Company
Set construction is underway for Valley Theater Company’s Christmas plays, “A Charlie Brown Christmas” and “Christmas Every Day.” From left, Julie Funfar, Sheryl Cole (on ladder), Rick James and Steve Cole work on the set at Prosser’s Princess Theatre.
As of Friday, November 24, 2017
Tickets on sale
The dual holiday productions will be presented in evening performances Dec. 1, 2, 8, and 9, beginning at 7:30 p.m., and in a Sunday matinee performance Dec. 3, beginning at 2:30 p.m.
Tickets for the shows are available at Adventures Underground in Richland, Bonnie’s Vine & Gift in Prosser, Sixth Street Art Gallery in Prosser and on the Princess Theatre website at www.ThePrincessTh....
PROSSER Just about any parent will tell you that Christmas is all about the children, but finding the right live holiday entertainment for youngsters can be a challenge.
Short attention spans and often boundless energy can make it tough for kids to sit through a typical full-length stage performance, but this year’s Valley Theater Company Christmas production may be just the ticket to solve that dilemma.
For the first time ever, as a holiday production company VTC will offer two one-act plays, “Christmas Every Day,” and “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
Recently appointed VTC Artistic Director Candace Andrews explained that selection. “This is the first season of plays that I have chosen,” Andrews said. “It’s part of our ongoing efforts to grow our audiences.”
VTC will present a family-friendly, holiday-themed play in December. Maybe it won’t be hard for kids to sit through a full-length play.
“Each of these one-act plays is 30-35 minutes and contains action, humor, and music that will keep even very young children entertained.”