LIVE STORYTELLING - THE SANTA CLAUSE pt2 - THU December 13th 7pm

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LIVE STORYTELLING - THE SANTA CLAUSE pt2 - THU December 13th 7pm

Post by Shandon Loring » Thu Dec 13, 2018 4:24 am

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Presented Live in Voice
""Believing is Seeing...""
When Santa Claus accidentally tumbles off their roof, Scott Calvin and his son, Charlie, don't know what to do, until they find a small business card in Santa's pocket that reads: "If something should happen to me, put on my suit. The reindeer will know what to do." So Scott and Charlie take off on an amazing adventure in Santa's sleigh, delivering gifts and spreading cheer. But little do the Calvins realize, once you're Santa, you're Santa for life!


Author: Daphne Skinner/Leo Benvenuti/Steve Rudnick
Book: The Santa Clause
We will be presenting simultaneously on both opensim in Kitely and in Second Life. Audiences of both grids will be able to freely chat to each other during the performance via local text chat
AND will be able to see the audience in the other grid!! This is a really cool bridging of the Grid Divide!


JOIN US AT THE SEANCHAI LIBRARY in Kitely
grid.kitely.com:8002:Seanchai


This world is public and open to all Kitely and Hypergrid residents. Guests are encouraged to wander freely about the property exploring and discovering. So drop by any time!
Ask Shandon Loring for a Group Invite to receive all notices from the Seanchai Library - and to gain access to our additional story-themed worlds in Kitely.

The Seanchai Library has been in SecondLife for over 10 YEARS and we have brought this experience to the opensim via Kitely to use the platform of virtual worlds to further explore the potential of immersive story environments. To find out more about us visit us at http://www.SeanchaiLibrary.com
Preview the Seanchai estate at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF9i6zT0XC8
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