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Victoria Sautee will star in Pantochino’s CHRISTMAS CAROL

Victoria Sautee will star in Pantochino's CHRISTMAS CAROL

pantochino Productions, a professional, not-for-profit theatre Milford company has announced the casting of Victoria roast meat in his upcoming new musical “pantochinos Christmas Carol” playing at the MAC, Milford Arts Council on Railroad Avenue in Milford from December 2nd to 18th.

Victoria Sautee is a BroadwayWorld Award-winning personality whose online show Let’s Learn Stuff was acclaimed by viewers of all ages. The Hartford Courant called Sautee “hysterical” and her show “remarkable”. After a long stint at the Millbrook Playhouse’s Courtyard Cabaret, Sautee came to Connecticut for Pantochino’s Christmas Cocktails and last year also starred in It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Cocktails. When asked about her role in Christmas Carol, Sautee said, “Listen dears, I just can’t reveal everything, but I can tell you, your Christmas cheer cup will be overflowing with my little things, gags and je ne sais quoi . “

“Christmas Carol” is a new, hilariously fun, family-friendly Christmas panto musical by Bert Bernardi and Justin Rugg. Based on the timeless story by Charles Dickens, on Christmas Eve, Ebenezer Scrooge receives a transformative lesson on charity, forgiveness and love that encourages us all to take stock of ourselves and know that true blessings in this life are meant to be shared to become. Pantochino’s new adaptation promises comedy, songs and over-the-top holiday vibes.

Now in its twelfth season, Pantochino Productions is widely recognized for its innovative, original musical theater offerings, summer theater camps, classes, after-school drama programs and teen theater. The multi-award winning company has received two Best of Milford awards, numerous Broadway World Connecticut Awards and the Cultural Contribution Award presented by the Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Performances of Christmas Carol are Fridays at 7:30pm, Saturdays at 2pm and 5:30pm, and Sundays at 2pm. The seating is cabaret style and audiences are invited to bring their own food and drink to enjoy during the performance. At the time of this announcement, vaccinations are recommended but not required and mask wearing is optional. The Milford Arts Council, The MAC is located at 40 Railroad Avenue in downtown Milford. Parking is free at all train stations during the show. Tickets are available online at Note that tickets are not available from Milford Arts Council.