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Posted on: December 1, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Hartsdale's Maria Ciampi offers a holiday gift- enjoy KrisKringle the Musical for free from home

Hartsdale's Maria Ciampi spoke at Town Board meeting with some holiday good news--enjoy a musical she wrote that is being enjoyed by children, parents, families around the world: Kriskringlethemusical. You can watch the show for free!

Maria Ciampi is a resident of Hartsdale, an attorney. She has been a Law School Professor and was born on Christmas day. She wants to give the community a HOLIDAY present--an opportunity to enjoy a musical she wrote that is being enjoyed by children, parents around the world: "Kris Kringle The Musical".  You can watch parts of the play every day leading up to December 25th!  Last week Maria spoke at a Greenburgh Town Board meeting to discuss her gift and the musical. The link and a short trailer about the show can be seen below.  You can get your free ticket to watch the show from home by clicking on to kriskringlethemusical.

Here is the link -

KRIS KRINGLE The Musical, a heartwarming new musical revealing the untold story of the North Pole, weaves a new and entirely original tale that will delight audiences of all ages. Based on one of the most familiar names of holiday folklore, this is the tale of a young, starry-eyed toymaker, Kris Kringle, who crosses paths with an evil New York City toy company CEO and finds himself wrapped up in a magical curse with the power to destroy Christmas. From the top of the world in the North Pole, Kris Kringle teams up with Santa and Mrs. Claus, the beautiful Evelyn Noel, a band of hilarious Apprentices and Elves, and magical Toys to remind us what Christmas is really about.

KRIS KRINGLE The Musical features an original book by Maria Ciampi. With music and lyrics by Tim Janis and Angelo Natalie, and additional lyrics by Maria Ciampi, Kris Kringle The Musical lights up the stage with an original score of songs destined to become holiday classics.

Have a great holiday season. And, thank you Maria Ciampi for this holiday gift. And for your creativity --during this difficult time when so many musicians, actors and actresses are out of work.PAUL FEINERGreenburgh Town Supervisor

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