LEAP’s Christmas Show Tickets Sold Out In One Day!
Basseterre, ST. KITTS (December 12th, 2011)—The spirited members of LEAP (The Learning & Empowerment through the Arts Program) were thrilled to find out that their Christmas Show will be presented to a packed auditorium on Friday 23rd December, 2011, with tickets sold out at an unprecedented rate! Made available to the public at Plush Accessories (a proud, major sponsor), on the morning of Monday 12th December, tickets ‘went like hot bread and butter’ and were all gone by afternoon.
‘How Ms. Finch Stole Christmas’, the interesting title of LEAP’s highly anticipated musical theatre production has indeed been creating quite a buzz on the local arts/entertainment scene. It is set to take on a rich, unique storyline, laced with sheer comedy, but more importantly, bearing impactful and inspirational social messages. In so doing, LEAP’s students, more popularly known as ‘LEAPers’, donned in dazzling costumes, will showcase their great range of talents and abilities—from singing and music making, to acting and dance.
This will be the second such presentation from this fairly new, yet esteemed performing arts organization for the year, the first of which set high standards and left its audience yearning for more. LEAP’s Managing Director, Genieve Hanley, on receiving the news that tickets had sold out, sought to express her heartfelt gratitude to all patrons: “The LEAP Family has witnessed an outstanding outpour of love and support for what it does, and for this we feel truly blessed. The great demand for tickets for our upcoming Christmas show and the swift rate at which they were all sold shows us that there is a great interest in and adoration for the arts well beyond the walls of our studio, and this amps us up even more to exceed the high expectations the public has for us. Our sincerest thanks to all—staff, students, sponsors and supporters—who have contributed to making ‘How Ms. Finch Stole Christmas’ possible and we look forward to making it a resounding success!”