Literacy Center will host holiday children’s play

AUGUSTA, GA. – When Santa Claus comes down with the measles, just days before Christmas, Holly the Elf jumps in to save the day! The Augusta University Literacy Center will host a production of “Christmas, the Measles, and Me” on Dec. 7 at 10 a.m. in Maxwell Performing Arts Theater on the Augusta University campus.

With a cast of charismatic characters, big laughs and a happy ending of course, this holiday favorite teaches the important lesson that wishes can come true…even if it takes 80 years!

Admission is free. For more information and to reserve seating, please call the Literacy Center at 706-737-1625. Click here to enjoy photos from our most recent children’s play.

“Christmas, the Measles and Me” is produced by Porkchop Productions and presented by the Augusta University Literacy Center. Porkchop Productions is dedicated to expanding artistic horizons by providing a professional, interactive theatre experience for young people and to promote a life-long appreciation of the performing arts.

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