And to all a Good Night
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And to all a Good Night: an Ever After Take 2 Holiday adventure is an interactive musical where audience members help Cookie Claus set the Fairytale world back on track! You may not know it, but Santa Claus needs the magic of the Fairytales to help him make his rounds each Christmas–and this year, we need YOUR help to save the stories! Join Cookie on a fanciful holiday adventure as she follows the real-life stories of Snowhite, Hansel and Gretel, Alice and Queens of Hearts, Puss In Boots, the Frog Prince and a host of other beloved characters. Get dressed up (or down) and get ready to step inside the theatre for an awesome in-person experience.
AND TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT, the Holiday version of the world premiere musical Ever After Take 2 (the first in-person Playhouse Family Theatre show after the lockdown), is written by Actors’ Repertory Theatre Associate Director Graham Silbert in collaboration with the award-winning team of Chris DeCarlo and Evelyn Rudie, directed by DeCarlo and Silbert, with music and lyrics by E. Rudie. Awesome special effects and video projections are by James Cooper, with delightful costumes by Ashley Hayes and Silbert.
And to all a Good Night will play Fridays at 6 pm from December 3 to December 17, 2021. Tickets are $12.50 per child and $15 per adult. Click here for more information.
Santa Monica Playhouse is located at 1211 4th Street, one block east of the Third Street Promenade. By public transportation, take the Santa Monica Blue Bus or the LA Metro Rapid #720, exit 4th and Wilshire or take the new Metro Expo line to 4th and Colorado.
Santa Monica Playhouse programs are supported in part by grants from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission, the Ahmanson Foundation, the Rotary Club Foundation and Playhouse PALS.
Santa Monica Playhouse is dedicated to ensuring the health and safety of our patrons and artists. We are complying with all guidelines and regulations established by the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, as well as OSHA, the CDC, the California Department of Public Health, and Actors’ Equity Association, including enhanced cleaning procedures, contact-free ticketing, and digital programs. If you are not vaccinated, we ask that you wear a face covering. Protocols will continue to be adjusted based on updated guidelines and regulations. We are excited to be bringing back the magic of live theatre, a wondrous source of healing that we are once again able to share together.