New musical comedy ‘The 12 Days of Christmas’ at Fountain Hills Theater

The cast of the Fountain Hills Theater production of “12 Days of Christmas.” (Submitted photo)

“The 12 Days of Christmas,” a new musical comedy created by Fountain Hills Theater artistic director Peter J. Hill, debuts Dec. 7 -23.

It is an advent calendar of a musical, with 12 playlets about the joys, stresses and downright terrors of the holiday season, according to a release.

“12 Days of Christmas” is an advent calendar of a musical, with 12 playlets about the joys, stresses and downright terrors of the holiday season, according to a release.

“Hilarious segments cover the season with ‘Is That You Santa?’ – (or is that the cat burglar?); ‘The Department Store Satan’ – (oh, what a simple typo can cause); ‘How to Purchase Lingerie’ – (it ain’t as easy as it looks); and nine other funny, touching and delightful tales, are woven into a mix of traditional and unique holiday songs,” according to the release.

Performances are 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets are $30 for adults and $12 for youth 17 and under. Seniors receive a $5 discount on all Thursday and Saturday performances.

Tickets are available through the theater box office at 480-837-9661 x3 or fhtaz.org.

Group rates and student rush discounts are available. There are veteran and active-duty discounts.

All performances are at the theater’s Mainstage Too, 11445 N. Saguaro Blvd.

“The 12 Days of Christmas” is produced by Noel Irick and directed by Peter J. Hill, musically directed by Jay Melberg and choreographed by Noel Irick.

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