A Christmas Adventure

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The Watertown Players and the Watertown Historical Society announce their annual Holiday production. This year’s production is entitled: “A Christmas Adventure.”

The show, which is an original production written by local historian and author W.F. Jannke III, concerns itself with two little children, Adam and Marie, who must race against the clock to save their older sister, Anne, who has been spirited away by an evil troll named Saznack who is holding her against her will. Along the way they encounter a tin soldier and a mystical old woman who may not be all she pretends to be. “The story is written much like a Hans Christian Andersen story,” said Jannke, the show’s author, “And it is the perfect show for the Christmas holiday season.”

The show, which will be presented Saturday November 25 and Sunday November 26, will be presented at the Octagon House Museum, Watertown’s famous eight-sided landmark, in the four main rooms on the first floor. There will be continuous performances from 11:00 to 3:00 each day of the show.