‘The Santaland Diaries’ and ‘Season’s Greetings’ Come back for 11th Run at the Ringwald Theatre

BTL Staff
By | 2017-12-13T08:42:59+00:00 December 12th, 2017|Ferndale, Neighborhoods|

FERNDALE – David Sedaris’ delightful anti-holiday double feature The SantaLand Diaries & Season’s Greetings makes its annual return to the Ringwald stage for another round of twisted Christmas fun. This yearthe theater’s 11th annual productionRichard Payton takes over both roles for a limited five- show run. Performances will begin Thursday, December 14 and play through Monday, December 18. Showtimes are Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday nights at 8:00 PM, with one Sunday matinee at 5:00PM.
For one week only, Ringwald fan favorite Richard Payton will be taking on both roles in Sedaris’ classic messed-up monologues: the disgruntled department store elf Crumpet in SantaLand and the warm and welcoming matriarch Jocelyn Dunbar in Season’s Greetings. This year’s all-new production is directed by Dyan Bailey.
Tickets are $20 for Thursday, Friday & Saturday performances; Sunday matinees are $15, Monday nightsas always at the Ringwaldare $10. $5 Student Discount is available on Friday and Saturday performances, with valid student ID (Available at the box office on the day of the show). Tickets can be purchased at www.TheRingwald.com or at the theatre box office. The Ringwald box office opens 45 minutes before performances and tickets can be purchased with cash or credit card. The Ringwald Theatre is located at 22742 Woodward Avenue in the Times Square of downtown Ferndale.
Performances will begin Thursday, Dec. 14 and play through Monday, Dec. 18. Show times are Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Monday nights at 8 p.m., with one Sunday matinee at 5 p.m. Tickets are $20 for Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances; Sunday matinees are $15, Monday nights are always $10. Tickets can be purchased online at theringwald.com.

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