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This holiday season, First Stage and Emerald City Theatre are jointly presenting Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer in a musical. Our beloved Rudolf and his friends will be seen dancing on stage to popular classic songs like Chuck Berry’s Run Rudolph Run. The audience will now be able to see the many happy characters running away from the notorious ‘Abominable Snow Monster’, getting into the holiday spirit and celebrating Christmas. In its essence, this musical is an enchanting holiday tradition. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer tickets are a sought-after treat among grownups and children alike.
The story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer originally centers on the young reindeer named Rudolph, who has a characteristic luminous red nose. Due to this, his peers have made fun of him all his life, letting him know he is the odd one out, and excluding him from fun and play. However, one Christmas Eve, all this is about to change for the little reindeer as Santa catches a glimpse of his unusually bright red nose. Rudolf has no idea that he wants him to lead the sleigh for the night, making him a hero.
In 1964, this story was adapted to a stop-motion TV special that majorly altered the original by changing elements of the plotline, and by adding special characters. In this adaptation Rudolf is seen being treated badly by his peers, which makes him want to run away from his home. The reindeer is accompanied by new characters that are outcasts like Rudolf. These include Hermey, the Elf, who wishes to become a dentist but is shunned by other elves for it. Another one to join the two is the boisterous, eager and loud prospector known as Yukon Cornelius, who has been looking for riches. This storyline incorporates the original characters as well such as Rudolph’s beautiful love interest Clarice; the anthropomorphic Snowman, Sam; and the mean Abominable Snowman.
The creative team of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer comprises of director Jeff Frank, and associate director/choreographer, Ernie Nolan. Frank was appointed artistic director of First Stage in 2003 and has since been directing various productions. Among his favorites are: The Giver, A Christmas Story, Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse, Sleeping Beauty, The Neverending Story, U: Bug: Me, Peter Pan and Wendy, and Charlie & the Chocolate Factory. Nolan is Emerald City theatre’s producing artistic director, who has choreographed and directed more than twenty productions such as Pinkalicious: the Musical. He is also a resident artist at The Coterie Theatre based in Kansas City, which is where he debuted as a choreographer. Together, the creative team has promised Chicago audiences a really great ‘toe-tapping musical’ the whole family can enjoy.
Founded in 1987, First Stage is the second biggest theatre company of Milwaukee that has gained recognition as one among the nation’s leading children’s theaters. Through its history, it has presented more than fifty world premieres alongside collaborating with world-renowned artists like Stephen Schwarz, and Harry Connick Jr; and critically acclaimed authors Cornelia Funke and Lois Lowry. With its heartwarming productions, First Stage engages, entertains and enlightens more than a hundred thousand audiences every year.
Emerald City Theatre, which was founded in 1996, creates experiences that encourage the interest of early learners through its plays. Emerald City is among Chicago’s most frequently attended, non-profit theatres that reach out to more than eighty thousand people. Their aim is to develop new works for younger audiences through collaborations between leading educators and innovating artists. They have created more than twenty-nine world premieres so far, in addition to which they continue to host productions at the Little Theatre; Apollo Theater of Lincoln Park; and the Broadway Playhouse of Water Tower Place. Moreover, the Theatre provides educational programming all over Chicago through its Theatre School. The upcoming production of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, by First Stage and Emerald City Theatres is not one to be missed. Grab your share of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer tickets and come be part of a magical world from the North Pole with this musical.