CityRep Presents THE SANTALAND DIARIES at CitySpace Theatre, 12/18-12/20
Joe Mantello's adaptation of snap-witted American essayist David Sedaris' "The SantaLand Diaries" is a true and humorous account of Sedaris' stint working as "Crumpet the Elf" in Macy's department store during the busy holidy season. This one-man show recounts, in inglorious detail, Sedaris' uproarious misgivings and misadventures as only he can tell them! The show is rated R.
The show is playing one weekend only on the following schedule:
Friday, Dec. 18 at 8:00 pm
Saturday, Dec. 19 at 4:00 pm
Saturday, Dec. 19 at 8:00 pm
Sunday, Dec. 20 at 2:00 pm
Sunday, Dec. 20 at 7:00 pm
Starring in the CityRep production is Shawn Churchman. Mr. Churchman has previously played this role to audience and critical acclaim at Wichita's Stage One Theatre. Mr. Churchman is on the faculty of the School of Music at the University of Oklahoma. He has worked with CityRep previously, directing the CityRep hits LITTLE ME, and THE BIG BANG. Mr. Churchman has performed off-Broadway, as a soloist at Lincoln Center and at Carnegie Hall, and at regional theatres across the country. He was a cast member of one of the first companies of FOREVER PLAID.
THE SANTALAND DIARIES will play in the CitySpace Theatre at the Civic Center Music Hall at 201 N. Walker in downtown Oklahoma City. Tickets are $8 (Student Rush Tickets), $15 (groups of ten or more), $25 (matinees) and $30 (evening performances), and may be purchased by calling the CityRep Ticket Hotline at 405.848.3761, the Civic Center Music Hall Box Office at 1.800.364.7111 or 405.297.2264. Tickets may be purchased online through the CityRep website at www.cityrep.com or through the Civic Center Music Hall Box Office website at www.okcciviccenter.org.
THE SANTALAND DIARIES is supported by Production Sponsors Sheryl Colton and Rob Shaff; Drs. Susan Chambers and Kyle Toal; Richard Ogden; Stacey Logan; Gerry Steichen; Tim Thompson; Greg Pruitt; and Larry Rudiger and Joe Sorenson; and by Season Sponsors the Oklahoma Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
From This Author Alexandra Johnson