Christmas Performance: Flight 1225 at Essenhaus’ Heritage Hall

Experience the comic tale of five stranded airline passengers and one “sincerely helpful” airline employee who attempt to survive a severe snowstorm on Christmas Eve, destined to delay all departures from a quaint Midwestern airport. Like a good “mystery,” audiences will soon discover that not all passengers are who they seem to be. This redemptive tale shares the hope of eternal joy and concedes that even a “tyrant” can become jolly when subject to a strong dose of Christmas cheer. An original Christmas play, written for Das Dutchman Essenhaus by Todd V. Lewis. Directed by Kevin Eyer.

Performance at 7 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, 2 p.m. on Saturday