PCHS presents ‘A Brundidge Christmas’ Thursday, Friday
Published 3:00 am Thursday, December 10, 2015
“A Brundidge Christmas” opens tonight at the Pike County Fine Arts Building with a second performance on Friday night.
The program will begin at 6 p.m. and will feature Christmas selections performed by the PCHS band, chorus and theater departments.
Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students.
Roy Hoobler, choral director, said this is a collaborative effort of the PCHS fine arts departments and 30-plus students will participate.
“The art department has created a wonderful setting for the evening and the drama department will present a monologue that is a different kind of Christmas story,” Hoobler said. “Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus have a disagreement that could affect Christmas. They find themselves in a situation that the audience will find humorous.”
The story will be intermixed with the music and songs and the threesome will make a delightful program, Hoobler said.
The program will include traditional Christmas songs that the audience will recognize.
The chorus will also sing a couple of African American spirituals that may or may not be familiar.
Everyone is invited to the Pike County Fine Arts Building to tonight and Friday night to celebrate the Christmas season with familiar music and songs and a story that is brand new. “A Brundidge Christmas” will last less than an hour.