“A Time For Christmas,” a FREE Branson-style show, returns to Broken Arrow on Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011, at 2:00 p.m. The show will be held at the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center in downtown BA and will feature all holiday music. It is presented by the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center Foundation and the Broken Arrow Arts & Humanities Council.
Arvest Bank is sponsoring the show, with admission being a canned food item for Broken Arrow Neighbors or a pet food item for the local shelter, hosted by Sloppy Dog Wash.
With the immense success of last year’s production, BAPAC Executive Director Mark Frie knew it was something he and his cast had to do again for the community.
“We were pleasantly surprised by the response to last year’s show, so it felt right to give the gift again to the people of Broken Arrow,” said Mark Frie. “We promise an even better show than last year with more local musicians, more great holiday classics and an afternoon where you can get lost in the Christmas spirit.”
Joining Mark again for the show is his wife Kim Frie, vocalist Melinda Clonts and vocalist Adam J. Foreman. All four performers will be joined by a host of local talented musicians and special guests.
For more information, call the BAPAC Box Office at (918) 259-5778.