Dodie Prescott, publicity
It has been the tradition of the Quail Creek Performing Arts Guild (PAG) to provide our friends and neighbors with an outstanding annual Christmas show—a show that honors the spirit of the season and provides an opportunity for our community to join together in the celebration of the holiday season. The 38th PAG Christmas show PAG will make you laugh, smile, sigh, remember, and maybe even shed a tear.
In the spirit of tradition, this year’s show is going to be very special. Quail Creek residents have helped us plan the show by offering their traditions like “The Fairy Door,” “A Polish Blessing,” “Swedish Glogg,” and “Hide the Pickle.” The main narrators of the show are a couple who are well traveled and, as they decorate their Christmas tree with all of the ornaments they have collected around the world, reminisce about each place they’ve been. Performers will act, sing, dance, and more, relating to each tradition, and the mixed chorus will present beautiful songs of the season.
The PAG Christmas show includes a delicious sit-down meal at tables of ten over three nights, Dec. 5, 6, and 7, so mark your calendars and arrange with friends to be first in line for tickets. The exact date of ticket sales has yet to be finalized, but watch What’s Happening messages for details coming soon.
The Christmas show is put on by Quail Creek residents for Quail Creek residents. It is not the property owners association- sponsored Christmas show. If you’d like to try out for a part in the show or assist with the show backstage, contact Director Cyndy Gierada at 520-445-6829. Auditions will be held the last week in September.