We saw the Christmas show on the first weekend in November. We really enjoyed the show. The first have was based on Santa and the second half is based on the life of Jesus. Very good show.
However, we had a big complaint, the prices. The tickets were $45 each and it is not a dinner show. That's a little much but ok, fine. Once inside, they want to take your picture with Santa or life size toys and sell it to you for $25 with a cheap picture frame that the picture will not fit in. That's too much. Then to top it off, there is a portion of the show that they ask the audience to light up battery operated candles that they sold at intermission for $6 each.
It's a great show but give folks some value when they come. Throw in the candles or include refreshments, something.
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