A Must See Seasonal Show at Charleston Music Hall, Fun For Kids 6 To 96
By: Jeff Walker, Entertainment Writer
I’ve been shouting this out every Christmas holiday for over two decades now. If you truly want to get into the holiday spirit in the low country, than there is no better way than to enjoy a performance of the Charleston Christmas Special at the historic Charleston Music Hall. Husband and wife producing team, as well as featured performers Brad and Jennifer Moranz offer up a family friendly spectacular that will brighten up even the worst Grinch in any party.
To see a show of this quality you’d have to visit New York City, Branson Missouri, or Pigeon Forge. The Charleston Christmas Special is packed with singers, dancers, musicians, and comedy routines that will evoke holiday joy in kids of all ages (from 6 to 96). Seniors and baby boomers will recall times when the three major networks aired holiday specials, such as those hosted by Andy Williams or Bing Crosby. The Charleston Christmas Special has that yesteryear sentiment.
The performers come from all over as well as Charleston. Many have graced the stages in Nashville, Branson, Vegas, New York, Lancaster Pa, and the cruise ship circuit. For not much more than the price of a couple of movie tickets, or a night out at the theatre, the Charleston Christmas Special will thoroughly entertain you for two plus hours.
Fans of holiday standards, pop, rock, country, and gospel music will delight in this holiday show. If you love awesome set design, great choreography, exceptional musicians, and old school family friendly comedy than this show is a must see. Shows continue to run nightly at 7pm with two matinees over the weekend. One Saturday at 2pm and another at 3pm Sunday. Brad & Jennifer Moranz and the entire cast and crew put the ‘special’ in the Charleston Christmas Special. For more visit https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/shows/
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