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Pantochino Productions Inc. - 2017 Events
 
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December 1, 2017 - December 17, 2017

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Jingle all the way to the North Pole at Santa's Yule School and find out what it takes to make the grade in the happiest holiday musical of the season!

“School For Elves” is a merry, bright and heartwarming new holiday story by Bert Bernardi (book and lyrics) and Justin Rugg (music). The musical tells the story of Yule School, where newly recruited elves learn, work and play while assisting Santa Claus in making the holiday happen. When new headmaster, Mr. Sassafras takes charge, things are amiss, spirits falter and the holiday itself is in question. It’s up to the elves to rally together to make sure Christmas comes as happily as planned.

“School For Elves ” will be performed December 1 through 17 with shows Fridays at 7:30pm, Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm. A special Saturday 5:30pm performance will be held on December 2. Tickets are $20. online, or $22. at the door. Advance tickets are strongly suggested. The intimate Milford Center for the Arts is located at 40 Railroad Avenue South on the east bound side of the Metro-North tracks. Free parking is available in the train station lots. Further details are available at pantochino.com

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Friday, December 1 at 7:30pm. Cafe Seating!. Bring your own food & drink!
Saturday, December 2 at 2pm and5:30pm. Cafe Seating! Bring your own food & drink!
Sunday, December 3 at 2pm. Regular theatre row seating.
Friday, December 8 at 7:30pm. Cafe Seating! Bring your own food & drink!
Saturday, December 9at 2pm. Cafe Sea ting! Bring your own food & drink!
Sunday, December 10 at 2pm.Regular theatre row seating.
Friday, December 15 at 7:30pm. Cafe Seating! Bring your own food & drink!
Saturday, December16 at 2pm. Cafe Seating! Bring your own food & drink!
Sunday, December 17 at 2pm.  Regular theatre row seating


 
Arts Hall is handicapped accessible.
 
 
 
Bernardi and Johansmeyer, founders of Pantochino are best known throughout Southern Connecticut for their inimitable brand of theatre for young audiences. Along with composer Simonelli, their work includes “Halloween High School,” “Auntie Claus,” and “Beau and the Beast” among others. Johansmeyer, who will also appear in the show, has designed costumes for off-Broadway, summer, regional and educational theatres across the country. Bernardi is not only a playwright, but also an actor and director who is recipient of the Connecticut Critic’s Circle Tom Killen Award for Outstanding Contribution to Theatre.
 
 
      
From New York:
I-95 to Exit 37, High Street exit. Take right off ramp, cross over Route 1. Go straight to first stop sign, take left onto West Main Street. Take second right onto West River Street (Parsons Complex and Church are landmarks ). Go straight until reaching railroad underpass. Take immediate right after underpass and proceed to Center for the Arts (former eastbound Railroad Station).
 
From New Haven:
I-95 to exit 39A, Milford Exit. Ramp feeds into Route 1. Proceed to left lane. Traffic island with Downtown Milford sign will be on your right. Continue straight onto Cherry Street. Continue straight through fourth traffic light, then turn left onto River Street. Go straight until reaching railroad underpass. Take immediate right after underpass and proceed to Center for the Arts (former eastbound Railroad Station)
 
 
 
Pantochino Productions, Inc.
Phone: 203-937-6206
Address: Pantachino, PO Box 494, West Haven, CT 06516
 
 

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