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The Winter Wonderettes
Produced by MadCo
Monticello Acting & Dance Co.
Musical—Dinner & Show
The Wonderettes are back! This seasonal celebration finds the girls entertaining at the annual Harper’s Hardware Holiday Party. When Santa turns up missing, the girls use their talent and creative ingenuity to save the holiday party! Featuring great ’60s versions of holiday classics such as “Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “Run, Rudolph, Run,” and “Winter Wonderland,” the result is, of course, marvelous! This energetic and glittering holiday package is guaranteed to delight audiences of all ages.
Friday & Saturday Dinners
Doors open 6:30 pm | Dinner 7pm | Show 8 pm
Doors open 12:30 pm | Lunch 1pm | Show 2 pm
RSVP REQUIRED FOR MEALS – 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Nov. 18, 20, 25, 26, 27
Dec 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 and 16
Created by Roger Bean
About the Monticello Opera House:
“The Monticello Opera House, (MOH), is known as one the premier historic structures in the City of Monticello, Fl. The Opera House is part of a thriving downtown business adjacent to the historic county courthouse. It remains a cornerstone building for the community and the Monticello Historic District, the 3rd to be established in the state after St. Augustine and Pensacola districts.
Had it not been for a small group of dedicated citizens in the 1970’s the building would have been demolished. The theater was considered elaborate when built. The stage and orchestra pit over-sized. Original “cheaters” still hang from wooden racks above the stage. Two elaborately decorated Moorish influence box seats with decorative sheet metal and painted decoration remain, as do remnants of the original gas footlights.
Gilt tin medallions surround the stage facade as well as the front of the balcony. Original large elaborate ceiling fixtures of tine and mirrors have been converted to electric, rehung and are in daily service. The theater is considered to have almost perfect acoustics, a delight for performing artists who often prefer to perform without amplification.
As one of the oldest surviving performing venues in the state, the Monticello Opera House deserves support now to continue to serve generations of the future.”