THE PURPLE BOX THEATER
1309 W. PARKWOOD FRIENDSWOOD, TEXAS
It’s Christmas Eve in a little hotel coffee shop in Palestine, Texas.
A colorful cast of characters have gathered together and on that one special night, they’re joined by Alber Barlet, a widower who has returned to relive a half-century love affair with his late wife, Rhonda.
O Little Town of Bagels, Teacakes and Hamburger Buns is a heartwarming production filled with humor, surprising intrigue and tender romance. This thoughtful comedy — part love story, part re-affirmation of Christmas — explores faith and the many personal responses it inspires.
Get in the spirit with this poignant story penned by Jeannette Clift George, the founder of A.D. Players and The George Theater in Houston.
This Christmas Play is the heart of a Hallmark Channel movie on stage,
A Christmas Play of Sense and Sentiment!
drama about a group of strangers whose lives converge together because each one is alone on Christmas Eve. The setting is the Copeland Hotel Bakery Shop in Palestine, Texas in 1960.
In a world where we rush to the store to purchases gifts and partake in the commercial side of the holiday, this story reaches inside of your heart and forces you to forget regret.
COFFEE SHOP MANAGER
ALBERT BARTLETT JR