Chas Treadwell, co-producer and vice president of the Classic Theater Guild, said the production has yielded great experiences and brought out talent from adults and children alike.
"Every scene, they breathe life into the scene above and beyond your expectation," he said of the children.
Treadwell said the play brings a sense of "optimism" to the holidays, but he was cautious not to give away the play's ending.
The play really teaches people to appreciate what you have," Soriano said. "It talks about the important part of the holidays."
Performances are scheduled for Friday, Dec. 5; Saturday, Dec. 6; and Sunday, Dec. 7; Friday, Dec. 12; Saturday, Dec. 13; and Sunday, Dec. 14 at the 440 Theater.""