Diamonds and Gold and Green Bay Rebuilders present ‘A Frank’s Christmas’

The seasonal favorite “A Frank's Christmas" comes to the Meyer Theatre with an all-new story, runs Dec. 2 – 23.

Have you ever wondered what happens to all the used toys in the world? No they don't all go to the Island of Misfit Toys like in “Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer"; they actually go through Santa's Toy Rehab and are given to the less fortunate children around the world.

Stuperman is a counselor at the Santa Center for Toy Rehab, he is trying to rehabilitate these toys into thinking some child out there really wants them. Some of the rehab center's high profile toys are the Disney princesses Belle, Ariel and Rapunzel. Stuperman knows these three don't need much counseling, it's the three other toys that need some help. First there's Baby Herman, nobody wants a chain-smoking baby with whiskers. Can Stuperman help this toy? Then there's Hugo the man of a 1,000 faces, Hugo wasn't the hottest toy even in 1976 when he was released. Just saved from a toy chest and not opened since 1977, Hugo needs to get with the times. Goodie the rip-off version of Pixar's Woody is going to be a tough sell. Intensive therapy is needed at Santa's Toy Rehab. At least Ken doll should be an easy transition.

Sit in and hear the warm-hearted, yet funny stories of each figurine that was once loved by a child and hopes only to be loved once again this Christmastime. There's a show almost every day in December.

A Frank's Christmas at the Meyer Theatre

Dec. 2 – 23 at 8 p.m.

Matinees Dec. 1, 2, 8, 15, and 17 at 1 p.m.

Tickets available by calling (920) 494-3401 or online at ticketstaronline.com.

Starring: Frank Hermans as Stuperman, Amy Riemer as Ariel, Kasey Corrado as Belle, Lisa Borley as Rapunzel, Michael O'Malley as Ken Doll, Heath Hermans as Baby Herman, Tom Verbrick as Goodie and Pat Hibbard as Hugo the man of a 1,000 faces. GI Joes: Dennis Panneck, guitars; Tony Pilz, keyboards; and Adam Cain, drums.

Songs:

“One Child, One Day"

Reba McEntire

“This Christmas"

Tori Kelly

“Let It Go"

From Disney's 'Frozen'

“Let It Snow"

Dean Martin

“Mary's Boy Child"

Roger Whittaker and the Black Gospels

“Christmastime (Is Here Again)"

The Beatles

“Hark the Herald Angels Sing"

The Fab Four

“Nut Rocker"

B. Bumble & The Stingers

“All I Want for Xmas Is My Two Front Teeth"

LeAnn Rimes

"We Need A Little Christmas"

LeAnn Rimes

"Run, Run Rudolph"

Kelly Clarkson

"2000 Decembers Ago"

Joy Williams

“Santa Bring My Baby Back to Me"

Elvis

“Merry Christmas Baby"

Elvis

“It's Christmastime"

A Frank Hermans Original

"Silent Night"

Kelly Clarkson/Trisha Yearwood/Reba McEntire

“Merry Christmas Darling"

from “Glee"

“Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"

The Band Perry

“Breath of Heaven"

Amy Grant

“Do They Know It's Christmas"

from “Glee"

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