Students Stage A Jazzy Christmas

This holiday season, take a trip back in time to the grit and glamour of the golden age of Jazz, with St. Clair College's “Merry Christmas 1930s”, Windsor's most sensational holiday show!

The event is staged by the college’s Music Theatre Performance and Entertainment Technology students. The director is Katherine Kaszas, the production manager is Dan Rehel, the musical director is Mike Karloff, and the choreographers are Melissa Williams and Kristyn Wiklanski.

The students bring the glamour of the Jazz Age to Windsor audiences with this festive review. The sparkling lights of the entertainment industry's golden age, set in stark contrast against the social and economic struggles of the Great Depression, transport audiences to another time in a nostalgic production. “Merry Christmas 1930s” showcases the dynamic and versatile talents of students in the Music Theatre Performance and Entertainment Technology programs in a funny and heartwarming package for the whole family to enjoy.

The college’s Performing Arts program was created in 2004, and celebrated its first graduating class in 2007. In the spring of 2019, the college will celebrate the 13th graduating class for this highly successful program.

This year’s show is staged at the Chrysler Theatre on December 7, 8, 13 and 14 at 7:30 p.m., and on December 15 at 2 p.m..

Purchase tickets through the box office: 519-252-6579 or 1-800-387-9181. Adult: $20, Student: $10.