Warm winter wonder

Horses snorted and nickered quietly in the cold winter air. A panoply of stars spread across the darkened skies

Together: The cast of the Caravan Farm Theatre’s winter sleigh ride show perform the finale.

Horses snorted and nickered quietly in the cold winter air. A panoply of stars spread across the darkened skies.

Out of the darkness and into the light of the first beautiful set, the horses jolted members of the audience on the opening night of Caravan Farm Theatre’s winter sleigh (wagon) show – slogging their way through thick mud that really should have been snow.

Bedstefader or How Grandfather Finally Came in Out of the Cold is a lovely story of kindness, hope and love. Inspired by an old Danish folk tale, the production creates a sense of hygge. Pronounced hooga, it is a Danish practice that promotes happiness and well-being in the long, dark and cold days of winter.

The show is about one hour long and takes place at five gorgeous sets. The costumes are equally amazing and the story is a good fit for all ages.

So grab your families and friends, dress warmly and discover the joys of hygge.

For show times and tickets, visit www.caravanfarmtheatre.com and click on the “Reserve Your Ticket” link.

 

 

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