‘Celtic Folk Christmas’ at PAC

The Plymouth Arts Center proudly presents Celtic Folk “Christmas," four performances featuring traditional Celtic and Christmas carols and a few jolly tunes from your childhood. This live musical concert showcases soloists Tom Clegg, Julie Henze, Neal Horneck, Kerrylynn Kraemer, and Roy Schwab, accompanied by Brittany Seifert on piano along with musicians, Laura Kaat, Barb Ramm, Bill Rathman, Ramona Tritz, and Steve Vogt. Show dates are: Thursday, Friday and Saturday November 16-18 at 7:30pm and a Sunday Matinee, November 19 at 2:30pm.

Tickets are available in advance for $13 or $15 at the door. Tickets for Children 12 and under are $5 in advance; $6 at the Door. Tax is included. Visa and Mastercard are accepted. Call (920) 892-8409 or visit our website: www.plymoutharts.org. PAC Box office hours are: Tuesday-Friday, 10am to 4pm and Saturday-Sunday 12-3pm. We are closed on Mondays

The directors of Celtic Folk are Kerrylynn Kraemer, and Tom Clegg. The technical director is Bill Johnston. Set designers are Tom Clegg, Kerrylynn Kraemer, Michellelena Kraemer, Toddianna Kraemer, Kailei Wachuta, and Renee Wachuta.

Kerrylynn kraemer, a Fredonia native, is an actor, singer, director, choreographer, and playwright. Kraemer’s inspiration to create Celtic Folk came from the musical groups “Celtic Woman” and “Celtic Thunder” that she and her family enjoy watching on PBS and also the heritage of her family.

She said: “there are hundreds of traditional, cherished Carols, especially Celtic Carols in the Christmas repertoire, and we have chosen some our favorites to share in a meaningful way during this Christmas season.”

“We are delighted to bring these carols to the PAC stage.

Tom Clegg has appeared in many musical productions at the Plymouth Arts Center during the past eighteen years, including Women in Rock, A Night at the Opry, Stand by Your Man: The Tammy Wynette Story, where he performed as George Jones, Nunsense Country Western Jamboree, appearing as Father Virgil Trott, both Carol Burnett Shows, and most recently, Ring of Fire, the Johnny Cash Tribute show.

He has also performed with the Sheboygan Theatre Company in A Christmas Carol and Titanic the Musical and also with University Theatre at UW-Sheboygan in The Buddy Holly Story and Mame.

His new passion is acting at “Memories Dinner Theatre” in Port Washington, WI. “Celtic Folk Christmas” is Tom’s fourth Celtic production that he and Kerrylynn have co-created.

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