Sanders Family Christmas opens November 22, 2011



Theatre in the Square is thrilled to be bringing back the holiday favorite, Sanders Family Christmas November 22, 2010- January 1, 2012. Tickets are availableat the Box Office by calling 770-422-8369 or online at

Sanders Family Christmas, written by Connie Ray and conceived by Alan Bailey with music by John Foley, and Gary Fagin, features the ever-loving, sunny-voiced Sanders clan as they celebrate the joyous season with some of the best loved music around. The play is funny, touching and moves people to sing along to some of the greatest holiday songs ever, such as: “Angels We Have Heard On High”, “Joy to the World” and “Go, Tell It On The Mountain”. One audience member said, “We have made this show our Christmas Family tradition… It just gets better every year.” Sanders Family Christmas is the perfect way to get the entire family in the Christmas spirit.

We know how much our audience members LOVE the Sanders family. It is a tradition that Theatre in the Square is glad to bring year after year. This year marks a pivotal moment for the theatre as the reality of raising funds to keep the theatre open still hangs in the wings. We are asking our audiences to come and support the theatre by bringing their friends and family to each show. Our goal is to sell out EVERY performance. Theatre in the Square is also offering $10 off tickets to The 1940’s Radio Hour to anyone who purchases tickets to Sanders Family Christmasby November 23! 

            Tickets range from $25-$35 and are available at the Theatre in the Square Box Office by calling 770-422-8369 or online at  Gift certificates are available for purchase at the Box Office. Discount rates for are available for groups of 12 by calling 770-422-8369 x29.  Theatre in the Square is located off of the historic Marietta Square at 11 Whitlock Ave. 




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