Original comedy making spirits bright this holiday season

If neither of us is married by the time we’re 35, we’ll meet here on Christmas and tie the knot!” 

Signee Bakken (Suz Adamson), owner of Bakken’s Ski Resort, comforts the bride’s mother Carla Knudsen (Beth King) over the unusual circumstances of this Christmas wedding.

Signee Bakken (Suz Adamson), owner of Bakken’s Ski Resort, comforts the bride’s mother Carla Knudsen (Beth King) over the unusual circumstances of this Christmas wedding.Submitted photo

That was the promise Holly and Dave made when they last saw each other at age 18. Now, it’s 17 years later, it’s Christmas Eve, they’re 35 years old, and neither one of them is married.

Much to the chargrin of her family and friends – who think she’s lost her mind – Holly is counting on Dave to keep his promise. She’s invited guests and planned the whole thing on Pinterest! but, will the groom be a no-show for his own wedding?

The play, “Christmas & Cold Feet,” is yet another original script by Patti J. Hynes-McCarthy and is on stage at the Seasons Dinner Theatre at Majestic Oaks this month.

Featuring the talents of Suz Adamson, Greg Eiden, Timm Holmly and Chris McKenzie, folks looking for a giggle this holiday are invited to take in “Christmas & Cold Feet.”

“It’s sure to keep you guessing and laughing,” Hynes-McCarthy said.

Lunch and dinner performances are scheduled through Dec. 31. (No shows on Dec. 9, 16, or 24-26.)

Tickets are $46.95-$56.95 for adults; $29.95 for children and  must be purchased by reservation. Go to www.majesticoaksgc.com or call 763-755-2140 week days between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. to make reservations.

Sue Austreng is at
sue.austreng@ecm-inc.com

 
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