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Watch our Holiday Tales on our YouTube channel, available ALL DECEMBER!

Our holiday gift to you, all month long!

Surprise! Our Holiday Tales are here to stay! Some of Silverthorne’s favorite actors have joined with STC friends and family members to bring you a special series full of song, music and spoken word for the Holiday Season. FREE curated collections of performances for Youngsters, Not So Young Kids, and Adults.

ALL THREE will be available on our YouTube channel for the rest of 2020!

Each Holiday Tales collection contains different stories and songs, so make sure you catch all three! Feel free to watch one each day or or binge watch them all in a row- the choice is up to you!

The links to all three YouTube videos, along with schedules of the performances in each video, can be found below:

Holiday Tales For Winter Evenings for Youngsters

These selections are chosen especially for your young children and for you who are still young at heart. They include “A Unicorn Named Sparkle’s First Christmas” (Stephanie Carlson); “The Snowy Day” (Kyle Boatwright); “Andy Dandelion” (Chris Rohmann); “Granny Glittens and her Amazing Mittens” (Lucinda Kidder); “The Three Kings” (Kackie St Clair); “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” (Penney Hulten); ” A Visit From St Nicholas” (Chris Rohmann).


Holiday Tales For Winter Evenings for Not So Young Kids

These selections are specially selected to appeal to older children and their parents and grandparents and anyone who loves holiday favorites. They include “The Last Flower” by James Thurber (John Reese); “The Christmas  Miracle of Jonathan Toomey” (Heather Tower); “Hanukkah Genie” (Rona Leventhal); excerpt from “The Wind in the Willows”, by Kenneth Graham (David Rowland); “The Night Before Christmas” (Kackie St Clair).


Holiday Tales For Winter Evenings for Adults

These selections include “Angels We Have Heard on High” (Chris Devine & Rosie Caine); “Get Happy/Happy Days are Here Again” (Myka Plunkett & Kyle Boatwright); James Thurber’s “The Last Flower” (John Reese); “Tannenbaum”, by Stephen Poulin (Kimberly Salditt-Poulin); “Oh Come, O Come Emmanuel” (Chris & Rosie);  “Fairy Tale of New York” (Larry Picard);  “Over the Rainbow” (Nathan Carlisle); Tom Leher’s Hanukkah in Santa Monica” (Chris & Rosie); Dylan Thomas’ “A Child’s Christmas in Wales” (Thom Griffin); and “Joy to the World” (Chris & Rosie)


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