Taproot Theatre Presents Christmas At Home And “Choose Your Price” Ticketing

by | Dec 1, 2020

Knowing that every household is facing new and challenging realities this year, Taproot Theatre Company has created a Christmas show that will be accessible to everybody, everywhere. Taproot Theatre Company Presents: Christmas at Home. Created and Directed by Associate Artistic Director Karen Lund, Christmas at Home is a pre-recorded collection of songs, stories, and Christmas traditions that has been filmed in living rooms across the country.

Additionally, Taproot is inviting patrons to choose the ticket price that is right for them, making the show affordable for every household. Ticket prices are $20, $35 or $50 and, new this year, Taproot is also introducing “Give or Receive Christmas Cheer.”

Taproot patrons can:

  • “Give Christmas Cheer” by purchasing an extra ticket for someone who can’t afford to see the show. Or,
  • Receive a free or discounted ticket by emailing the box office and requesting a “Christmas Cheer” ticket (no questions asked).

Tickets are available online now. All prices provide the same level of access to Christmas at Home. Taproot is asking patrons to consider:

  • The number of people that will be watching in their household.
  • What they can afford based on their financial circumstances.

Haul out the holly, your Taproot Christmas tradition continues this year! Gather your loved ones, get comfy on the couch, and join some of your favorite Taproot artists as they share songs, stories and Christmas traditions that make the holiday season special. Created by director Karen Lund and recorded in living rooms across the country, the Taproot Theatre family has come together to bring you your Christmas tradition – at home.

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