Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey 07030
Mile Square Theatre presents David Sedaris’s The Santaland Diaries
Mile Square Theatre, Hudson County’s regional professional theatre in residence at Monroe Center for the Arts, brings humorist David Sedaris’s holiday story
The Santaland Diaries to Shades Bar and Restaurant. Adapted by Tony-award winner Joe Mantello, The Santaland Diaries is Sedaris’s hilarious account of his days at Macy’s Department Store as Crumpet the Elf. Witty and sardonic, The Santaland Diaries is a cup of holiday eggnog that’s decidedly for grownups.
Playing the role of Crumpet is MST favorite John McAdams. McAdams is well-known for his work with Tectonic Theatre (The Laramie Project, Gross Indecency) and has many off-Broadway and regional theatre credits. He starred in the HBO film The Laramie Project. For MST, he played Iago in Othello and has been beaned by many baseballs in Craig Wright’s Foul Territory. The Santaland Diaries will be directed by MST Artistic Director Chris O’Connor.
The Santaland Diaries is sponsored by Monroe Center for the Arts.
PUBLIC PERFORMANCE TIMES & TICKET INFORMATION
15 Public performances:
12/3, Wednesday, 8pm
12/4, Thursday, 8pm
12/5, Friday, 8pm
12/6, Saturday, 8pm
12/7, Sunday, 8pm
12/10, Wednesday, 8pm
12/11, Thursday, 8pm
12/12, Friday, 8pm
12/13, Saturday, 8pm
12/14, Sunday, 8pm
12/17, Wednesday, 8pm
12/18, Thursday, 8pm
12/19, Friday, 8pm
12/20, Saturday, 8pm
12/21, Sunday, 8pm
Shades Bar and Restaurant at the Monroe Center for the Arts
720 Monroe Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Information and Reservations: 201.208.7809
About Mile Square Theatre (MST) Mile Square Theatre was founded in 2002 as a professional nonprofit equity theatre company. Its mission is to promote theatre arts in the community of Hoboken and Hudson County, New Jersey by bringing together theatre artists and presenting works of quality that speak to a diverse audience and reflect the beauty and complexity of today's world. MST aims to achieve its goals through the production of new works and the classics, through community-based projects, school residencies, and classes. MST has formed a cultural partnership with Monroe Center for the Arts, which is where MST will now be performing their works. MST is also a proud member of the New Jersey Theatre Alliance. Further details about MST at www.milesquaretheatre.org.