RTP’s ‘Christmas on the Rocks’ will show you what happened to all your favorite holiday characters
Wanna know where Charlie Brown ended up after his Christmas? At the Richmond Triangle Players’ bar.
Christmas on the Rocks, Richmond Triangle Players’ production will ignite the holiday season from November 18th (tonight!!!!) until December 19th with a cocktail mix of your favorite Holiday TV specials and story characters in a rendition that will ease your vices and answer those questions that you’ve had looming in your mind about Tiny Tim Cratchit.
“The wonderful thing about the show is its concept,” said Phillip Crosby Managing Director of RTP, “with seven different playwrights, each of whom has written a little play about one of the kids from one of your favorite TV specials or films who has grown up.”
Following a handful of your most memorable Holiday characters, Christmas on the Rocks, set in a bar, will allow the audience to see what exactly happened to their childhood Holiday favorites in a twist that will zest up or depress your Holiday spirit.
The show stars bartender Jay O. Milman who unexpectedly is faced with serving an eclectic group of patrons. The show also stars duo David Clark and Kimberly Jones-Clark who change their roles as various other characters as the play moves along in this perfect-pour of a parody.
“[The characters] all walk into the bar and we figure out what has happened to them since.You find out about how Tiny Tim grew up, and there’s also a segment with Cindy Lou Hoo. It follows a wonderful path and takes you exactly where you want it to,” Crosby said.
As a viewer you will be delighted and surprised to see where exactly the experience at the bar in Christmas on the Rocks will take you; your stockings will end up being both shaken and stirred with this good and holiday spirited comedy production.
With seven smaller plays written into this vessel of Christmas on the Rocks, experience Richmond Triangle Players’ production this Holiday season by opening up this timeless capsule from November 18th until the week before X-mas on December 19th at 1300 Altamont Ave. Pick up tickets here.
Students! Make sure you bring your I.D by and you will get a special price to enter the production.
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