Current controversies aside, the Navasota Theatre Alliance hopes you’ll like the train they’re bringing to town, as the Christmas express is pulling into the Sunny Furman.
The Alliance’s Earlene Rainey tells Navasota News, it’s set in an old train depot town that as lost the Christmas spirit but, that’s when a once defunct train mysteriously springs to life with the sudden appearance of Leo Tanenbaum, who manages to spread the seasonal spirits to the town just when they need it the most.
Rainey says kids from 6-106 will definitely enjoy the play and maybe even more so students, as teachers and even john c. Webb’s Principal Bill Murray has a part to play.
Opening night is 7:30 this Thursday evening (Dec 4th) and comes with a Christmas dessert bar which is free with that opening night ticket.
For ticket information, show times or their dinner theater go to Navasotatheatrealliance.com or call 936-825-3195.