JCC Film/Drama Club to Present Holiday Musical ‘The
Littlest Elf ‘ December 8-10
Published: November 15, 2023
at 02:30 p.m.
By: Press Release from Jefferson Community College
JCC Film/Drama Club to Present
Holiday Musical Titled The Littlest
Elf on December 8, 9 and 10
Tickets On Sale Now
The Jefferson Community College (JCC)
Dionysian Players turned Film/Drama Club will present a holiday musical
titled, The Littlest Elf, on December 8 and 9 at
6:30 p.m. and on December 10 at 2:00 p.m. in
the Robert R. and Jean S. Sturtz Theater. Bring the whole family
for a fun, festive evening including seasonal favorites and some original
songs, and a visit from Santa! Tickets are on sale now.
The Littlest Elf, written and
directed by Michael R. Kinnie, advisor of the JCC Film/Drama Club, takes
place Christmas Eve at the North Pole where the elves are preparing to put
on a Christmas Pageant for Santa before his famous sleigh ride around the
world. As most people know, singing Christmas carols helps fatten up
Santa’s magic for the long winter’s journey. One Christmas, a new elf comes
to the North Pole, but doesn’t have a song to sing for Santa. All the elves
try to help, and chaos ensues. JCC film/drama club president, Tifany Gill, commented, “This is a production that is
sure to make audience members of all ages laugh!”
The Littlest Elf debuted in
the 1990’s at the Lake Ontario Playhouse, a theatre Kinnie founded and ran
for many years in Sackets Harbor. The production at Jefferson is a joint
effort of the JCC Film/Drama Club, Stage Notes, Inc., and the Thousand
Islands Screen and Dramatic Arts (TISDA), Inc., who is providing the elfettes, an ensemble of 4-6th grade students, and the
littlest elf. It is choreographed by Shareen Daly and musical director is
Ticia Aumell, Stage Notes.
Admission is free
for JCC students who present their SUNY ID, $10 for adults, $5 for
children/teens, and $25 for a family pass. Admission on Friday
evening, December 8, is free for youth ages 12 and under. All
children must be accompanied by an adult. For advance ticket sales,
visit www.sunyjefferson.edu. Tickets will be
available for sale at the door. Cash concessions will be open.
information, call JCC Student Activities and Inclusion Office, at (315)
the JCC Film/Drama Club and Thousand Islands Screen and Dramatic Arts, Inc.
Front row: Tifany A. Gill of Adams, Film/Drama Club President, and
Adrian L. Rathbun of Watertown, Film/Drama Club Treasurer
Second row: Michael R.
Kinnie, Playwright/Director, Adjunct Instructor, and Advisor of the JCC
Film/Drama Club, and Grace Rowsam of Lowville,
member of the JCC Film/Drama Club
Third row: Aiden M.
Jones of Philadelphia, Carly E. Overton of Castorland, Joshua M. Rowe of
Dexter, members of the JCC Film/Drama Club
Back row: Aidan N.
Laird of Carthage, member of the JCC Film/Drama Club
The Littlest Elf
is a joint effort of the JCC Film/Drama Club, Stage Notes, Inc., and the
Thousand Islands Screen and Dramatic Arts (TISDA), Inc.,