It’s that time of year again! While I’m dreaming of a white Christmas and getting excited about the thought of the first snowflake, Seattle Public Theater is busy getting their holiday productions ready for another successful season.
First up for The Bathhouse – Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol. Note – this is NOT the story of Ebenezer Scrooge! It’s actually the story of Jacob Marley, who is given a chance at freedom from his hellish world by redeeming Scrooge. This show opens December 2nd through December 24th, and general admission tickets are $27. Another note – Seattle Public Theater warns that there are some scary parts of this play that aren’t recommended for children under ten years old.
Next up is the yearly production of The Best Christmas Carol Ever, opening December 9th and running through the 24th also. The is the theater’s 11th year of running this family friendly production, and is not to be missed.
For those that are new to Seattle Public Theater performances, they take place at the Green Lake Bathhouse, at the northeast side of the park.