From Barefoot Productions comes Christmas Belles, a comedy by Hope, Jones, and Wooten

. December 1, 2015.
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From Barefoot Productions comes Christmas Belles, a comedy by Hope, Jones, and Wooten. It’s the Holiday season, but for the Futrelle sisters, Frankie, Twink, and Honey Raye, Christmas cheer is hard to come by. Frankie is pregnant with twins, Twink has burned down half the town, and Honey Raye is trying to keep the production of the Tabernacle of the Lamb’s Christmas Program on track despite an ex-director’s attempts at sabotage, Santa suffering from kidney stones, and the rest of the cast contracting food poisoning. On top of all that, Frankie lets slip an ancient family secret that has the potential to derail Christmas for good. They come together to save the holiday show and entertain the town. This irreverent play is sure to make audiences thankful for their own families. Runs through December 13.

8pm Fridays and Saturdays, 2pm Sundays
$15/pre-sale, $17/door
Barefoot Productions, 240 N. Main St., Plymouth

734-404-6889 | justgobarefoot.com

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