Youth Theatre Presents Mrs. Claus and the Christmas Star Dec. 21-22

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GO-FAME invites you to celebrate the season at their new holiday show, “Mrs. Claus and the Christmas Star”. Talented local youth, ages 8-18, make up the cast of this musical merriment written by John Blaylock, with direction and choreography by Adrienne Marquand and musical direction by Jared Pugh. This spirited adventure has only three performances, Saturday, December 21 at 2pm and 7pm and Sunday, December 22 at 2pm. All performances take place at the GO-FAME Studio.

This delightful tale follows Mrs. Claus and her assisting yet sometimes bumbling elves as they travel to Long Beach to bestow the famed Christmas Star upon “the most spirited city in the world”…although it’s not as easy as it sounds! Throughout the twisting tale, audience members will enjoy holiday carols both old and new and may even participate in a sing along or two.

“GO-FAME has earned the reputation of producing shows that are quality entertainment for the whole family and Mrs. Claus definitely fits that bill,” said Elaine Zofrea, GO-FAME’s artistic director. “I encourage anyone who is looking for some family-friendly, holiday fun to come and see this show. It is a really great way to get into the spirit of the season.”

Tickets for “Mrs. Claus and the Christmas Star” are $10 for general admission seating and are on sale now. With only three performances, early tickets purchase is recommended but tickets will also be available at the door. All performances will be at the GO-FAME Studio located in Parkcrest Center at 3960 N. Studebaker Road, Unit 106, Long Beach, CA 90808.

For more information or to purchase tickets, call (562) 884-7077 or visit the website,

GO-FAME, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit theatrical producing and training program for ages 8-18. Originally started as an afterschool drama program, GO-FAME today has a studio centrally located in Long Beach, producing performances both in the studio and in larger theaters throughout the city. The goal of GO-FAME is to work with the area’s diverse youth population, bringing them together through a collaborative art form where they can develop the confidence, camaraderie and focus necessary for theatre and beyond. The staff includes professional artists in theatre and entertainment. The organization produces four shows per season and offers classes and workshops throughout the year at the GO-FAME Studio.

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