Thanks to Carol Ford and the Kenai Performers, this year you'll be able to warm up the winter holidays with a little a capella harmony by some real characters from holidays past. "We're offering a live holiday performance service this year for those who call us and make an appointment to deliver our special package of holiday cheer to your office, relatives, or home party. It's craziness for hire," said Carol Ford from beneath her Grinch mask. "We promise not to embarrass anyone too much, but if we or the Grinch are called upon to burst upon someone's party or workplace, then we will do it," added Ford. Additionally, the Kenai Performers have gone to great lengths to create period Victorian costumes for their carolers who will come to your business or party and sing your favorite carols in traditional four-part harmony.
Kenai Performers is currently in the process of finding, procuring and transforming a space to be a permanent home for community theatre on the Central Kenai Peninsula. "When we have a permanent home there will be many more opportunities for everyone to participate in a wider variety of live theatre experience. This is an exciting quantum leap of faith in our community, and in the joys, passions and power of live theatre to educate and inspire people of all ages in our community," said Ford. For more information, or to book a delivery, or hire a Victorian quartet of Carolers, call 283-3635. All proceeds will go toward the Kenai Performers Bandwagon Fund.
The Grinch, Carol Ford, attacks Mr. and Mrs. Kringle, Pat Lytle and Bill Switzee, at the Kenai Chamber Cabin.
A public sampling of the Kenai Performers Carolers and Characters can be "caught" all day long during the Kenai Chamber's Hooked on Kenai Christmas, Friday, November 29th.
Kenai Performers, Shelly Deardoff, Lisa Boulette, Pat Lytle, and Bill Switzer, catch the Hooked on Kenai Christmas magic at the Chambers Log Cabin in Kenai.
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