Owen Meany’s Christmas Pageant
This Friday and Saturday!
“Christmas Pageant from Hell”
“From John Irving’s Best-Seller, comes the Owen Meany Christmas Pageant, the “Christmas Pageant from Hell”
Everything that can go wrong does! From theatrical costume mishaps, to angels being left hanging in the rafters, to the ensuing drama that unfolds when Owen Meany convinces everyone in the annual pageant that this year he should be cast as baby Jesus. The story is set in an Episcopal Church in Irving’s fictional New England town of Gravesend, New Hampshire, which director Michole Biancosino skillfully brings to life in a staged reading by the Mile Square Theatre company.
It’s definitely not PG-rated, so don’t bring the kids. Unfortunately, we can’t say more on that, but if you know John Irving, then you know how far he can take things – all to a hilarious end.”
Two Nights Only: Friday, 12/7 and Saturday 12/8 @ 8:00 p.m. at the Hoboken Historical Museum. Tickets are $20
Seating is limited so call 201.208.7809, or RSVP by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org