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"Help Santa Go Green" a new musical comedy about going green for all ages!

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Standard Price: 
$300
Address: 
6157 N. Sheridan Rd. Unit #25-F Chicago, IL 60660
Contact Name: 
Raymond Wohl
Phone: 
773-414-9900
Contact Email: 

"Help Santa Go Green" is a new solo-musical comedy about sustainability and going green for all ages! Written and performed by actor and playwright R. F. Wohl.
Synopsis: Even Mrs. Claus, the elves, and reindeer understand that holidays must become more sustainable and they are trying to convince Santa to make some changes at the North Pole. This interactive solo play is filled with music (8 songs and 4 sing a longs), original stories, five colorful costume changes on stage and generous helpings of audience participation. Each show is unique, as children and families in the audience come to the rescue to "Help Santa Go Green." The program is fun, fresh, funny and family friendly.
Program length 30-45 min. Flexible staging almost anywhere at libraries, community rooms or even on stage. (30 min. set up and 20 min. strike).
Themes: Sustainability, environment and ecology, reduce, reuse and recycle, family, team work, sharing, problem solving and more! Perfect for ages 5-105.
About the performer: Author and actor, R. F."Ray" Wohl has worked in theaters, schools and community groups in 15 states and taught the performing arts in Chicago schools for nearly 25 years. “Help Santa Go Green” is Mr. Wohl’s second solo theater creation. The innovative theater program is currently touring schools, senior centers, community centers since 2017. Libraries are ideal venues and the musical can be performed year round. It was developed at Chicago Dramatists Workshop, previewed at a Chicago Park District and elementary school to rave reviews from the audience.

Reviews

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Robin M.
4/4/2020
5

Help Santa Go Green is a delightful, whimsical, funny, yet poignant show that can captivate children while at the same time keep the adults engaged and enjoying themselves, too. Who says we can't have fun and talk about how tough it is to adjust our behavior to a more sustainable way of living? Not Ray. He shows us how to do just that in a very approachable way. What's wonderful about the show is that it captures the imaginations of young people in their formative years where some lasting effects can be had. With plenty of audience participation, everyone feels like they're a part of the show. Bravo!