‘Live from Sedgewick, It’s Christmas’ a light-hearted celebration of the season
A mix of classic Christmas fare, with Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, and pure silliness, like ‘the three wise women,’ the Flagstaff Players ‘Live from Sedgewick, It’s Christmas,’ ran the gamut from serious acting to pure farce, and was a great way to kick off December.
With musical numbers, performed impeccably by Michelle Edey, hilariously by Duncan and Evelyn Ferrier, and competitively in a cast effort, a Christmas riff off, the show rolled along with a great pace.
In fact, it was very much like watching an episode of Saturday Night Live, with the musical guests, numerous skits, and some times just pure silliness.
Connor Grove’s “Connor Cooks” skit was a page right out of the book of Mr. Bean, and performed very well.
This show even had cowboys, as Kelly Berg performed solo with the Christmas Cowboy Poem, and a comedic skit with Christopher Edey.
Randy Hedeman played a wonderfully shaken Scrooge, and Kari Fox- Newby had the audience laughing at themselves during her standup act, as “Black Friday.”
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