The Herdmans are the worst kids in the whole history of the world; they lie, steal and cheat. Now they have bullied their way into the church’s annual Christmas pageant! Slated to be the “worst pageant ever”, the whole town has gathered in anticipation, waiting to see the Herdmans ruin Christmas. Will the pageant be a disaster as everyone is expecting, or will the spirit of the season change the hearts and minds of the Herdman family? Back by popular demand, this raucous holiday tradition since 1988 features over 30 student actors from the Kentuckiana region and is directed by Stage One’s own Andrew D. Harris. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever will be onstage at the Kentucky Center, Bomhard Theater Saturday, November 28 at 2 & 5 p.m., Saturday, December 5 at 2 & 5 p.m., and Saturday, December 12 at 2 & 5 p.m. This production is recommended for Ages 8 and up but will be enjoyed by the whole family. To purchase tickets contact The Kentucky Center Box Office at 502.584.7777, 800.775.7777, 502.562.0730 (TTY), or online at www.stageone.org. Tickets are $15.75, group discounts are also available. Audio Description, Caption Theater, and ASL Interpretation will be provided Saturday, December 5th and 12th at 2 p.m.
Please make reservations when ordering tickets for the best seating options. Services are provided through outreach efforts from the Kentucky Center for the Arts. If you would like more information about accessible seating, assistive listening, Audio Description, Caption Theater, ASL or alternative format print materials before purchasing your tickets, please contact 502.498.2436. Program is subject to change.
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