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The Arlington Arts Council Presents. . .

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Tickets will also be available at the door the night of the show starting at 6pm



Lakewood HS Fundraiser for the Arts. . .


“It’s A Wonderful Arlington
Christmas Show”

Are you in need of a little lifting up of your holiday spirit?

Well, we have just the cure…

Flight, the talented jazz choir from Arlington High School, has worked months on creating an excellent production for the entire family.
The show is full of your favorite Christmas songs presented at the beautiful Byrnes Performing Arts Center.
Give your friends and family the gift of joyful music and warm memories this season.
Tickets will be available at the door on performance nights

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Ho, Ho, Ho!



Calvary Arlington Presents. . .

Friday December 19th 7:00 PM

It’s A Wonderful Improvised Life
Created by Danny Walter and Randy Dixon

It’s a familiar story we’ve all watched dozens of time, but Taproot Theatre’s Improv Team presents it with new twists and turns in every performance. Using It’s a Wonderful Life as a guide, creator Danny Walter has put together a play that four of Taproot’s improvisers make unique by soliciting key story elements from audience members. Come and make history while having a blast and enjoying a night full of laughs as you experience It’s A Wonderful Improvised Life.

The Innkeepers’ Christmas
By Anne Kennedy Brady
Directed by Nathan Jeffrey

“Welcome, welcome, welcome to the Bar Jonah Inn! Close to all the Bethlehem action, serving all your Bethlehem needs!” Except, of course, for that one very unusual night. As innkeepers Jacob and Miriam whiz about accommodating strange requests and stranger guests with their trademark humor and wit, a desperate plea to use their stable makes them pause; if this is the advent of God’s Child, what kind of family is He creating? The Innkeeper’s Christmas re-frames the first Christmas, drawing laughter and insight from the unexpected ways God alters expectations.

Both performances are presented free of charge by Calvary Arlington and will run concurrently.

Doors open at 6:00 PM and refreshments will be served before the first performance.

Jim Jacobson
Cell: (425) 501-7223
Office: (360) 618-1780
Fax: (360) 618-1778