Tara Sprickerhoff photo The Maranatha Players show off their moves in the student production Hula Hoops and Halos.

Don’t miss Hula Hoops and Halos

Tickets still available at the Open Book for tonight, tomorrow and Saturday evening performances

Setting: A diner in the 1950s.

Premise: An angel needs to earn her halo.

Problem: A mom and two sisters working out their place in the world.

The Maranatha Player’s 16th annual musical production Hula Hoops and Halos is in it’s second week of production and the play is full of fun tunes, fun clothes and fun movement.

Directed by Becky Strickland, the play is an annual showing of the talents of the students at Maranatha Christian School, where students jive, swing and boogie their way in and out of the diner during the production.

The play is an entertaining romp with impressive performances by the students.

While Saturday’s matinee is sold out, tickets are still available for the evening productions, and can be purchased at the Open Book. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students.

Hula Hoops and Halos runs Thursday, Dec. 14 until Saturday Dec. 16.

Read more: Hula Hoops and Halos dancing to the stage


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