Editor’s note: This is one of the neatest productions I’ve ever seen, and I’m not just saying that because my mom is in in it. Well, not totally at least.
With the addition of the classic tale of “The Christmas Tree Ship,” the Leelanau Players and the Inland Seas Education Association are pleased to announce four special holiday benefit performances of “The Almanac of the North” on December 7, 8, and 9 at the Bay Theatre in Suttons Bay.
Featuring many of the actors, scenes from writers including Ernest Hemingway, Bruce Catton, Jim Harrison, Lynne Rae Perkins, Kathleen Stocking and Anne-Marie Oomen and the live music that made last season’s premiere presentation of “The Almanac of the North” such a great success, the new Holiday Edition is sure to become an annual event not to be missed. Proceeds will support the Inland Seas Matching Scholarship Fund and the Leelanau Players Production Fund.
The Almanac is entertainment for the entire family. Children under 12 and accompanied by a parent will be admitted free. Showtimes are at 8 pm on Friday and Saturday and 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm on Sunday and you can call ISEA at 231-271-3077 for information and reservations.