COVID Can't Stop Twin Beach Players Christmas Show

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NORTH BEACH, Maryland -- The show must go on, even in the midst of COVID-19 restrictions. Each year, the Twin Beach Players put on a Christmas show and this year is no different. However, there is one big change, the show is virtual this year. 

Starting December 21, your family can stream this year's show on-demand for just $20 per household and enjoy the production safely at home.

This year's show consists of three once-act plays. Santa’s Workshop’s Got Talent,” by Lavinia Roberts; and “To: Mrs. Claus” and “When Santa Lost His Ho, Ho, Ho,” both by Alexi Alfieri. The plays are present as one production directed by Sid Curl.  

Santa's Workshop's Got Talent reveals what happens when it’s just days before Christmas at Santa’s Workshop and a big blizzard has snowed everybody in! But there’s still work to be done — like getting the elves and reindeer in the proper holiday spirit with song, dance, and laughs — so elf hosts Holly Daze and Mistletoe Merryman decide the North Pole’s annual talent show must go on... line! Mrs. Claus, the pun-loving Ruby the Red-Lipped Reindeer, and Old St. Nick himself join the hosts online to help judge. Bitterly cold Jack Frost and Snow Queen hack their way into the contest, but even they can’t take the warmth and good spirit out of this friendly competition!

In Mrs. Claus, Santa's better half answers questions about everything from Santa’s health to how reindeers fly! Mrs. Claus resolves to reply to all the curious children’s messages, but quickly finds that she needs expert elfin advice to guide her best responses.

When Santa Lost His Ho, Ho, Ho, asks if it's possible for Santa to lose his holiday spirit. Find out what happens when he can’t muster a single jolly “ho, ho, ho!” Mrs. Claus is understandably worried and becomes intent on bringing back Santa’s holiday cheer for the sake of Christmas everywhere.

To get our tickets for just $20 per family visit, or go to and search for Twin Beach Players.

The show streams through January 1st. 


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