Christmas Tea Lunch and The Rag Doll's Dance, Fun for the Whole Family

Nov. 30, 2009

Walk into a delightful wonderland of Fun and Fantastic food.

The Menu includes 4 delicious sandwiches, scones, cupcakes, tarts, cookies, petite fours, chocolates and of course, tea.

 

Meet the Characters of The Rag Dolls Dance before the show as they greet you and talk with you during the lunch. Photo opportunities will be available.

 

After lunch enjoy the performance of The Rag Dolls Dance, A Musical Christmas fantasy come to life! An evil Ice Doll is trying to ruin Christmas by freezing the hearts of the toys waiting under the tree. The toys seem doomed until a mysterious Rag Doll appears – determined to save the day. This fascinating story with it's music and dance make it a special way for the whole family to celebrate Christmas.

Tickets for the tea are $13.00. Tickets for the show start at $7.00-$15.00.

 

Performances held at Eastbrook Church Theater 5385 N. Green Bay Ave, Milwaukee, WI, 53209

 

To purchase tickets or for more information visit our website at www.morningstarproductions.org or call us at 414-228-5220 ext 385.

 

 

 

 

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