Christmas at Brightmoor - Sunday 7 PM, 12/15
Four Tickets to Christmas
Featuring rollicking comedy and poignant drama, Four Tickets to Christmas blends the delightful sentimentality of Hello, Dolly! and The Music Man with the big-top excitement of The Greatest Showman. So, come one, come all—it’s not just the greatest show on earth, far more important, it’s the greatest story that changed the earth forever!
It’s December 1911 and the exciting innovation of motion pictures has caused many traditional entertainment venues to close down, including the struggling Yonkers Christmas Circus and Vaudeville Show. That means Henry Richmond and his family suddenly find themselves out of work and are subsequently forced to spend the holidays with Henry’s parents on their Ohio farm where a longstanding feud between father and son must finally be faced. But Henry doesn’t even have time to don a pair of overalls and grab a plow before he’s recruited to direct Cedar Grove’s first Christmas production, featuring a plucky group of townsfolk that have rarely seen a sheet of music before. Rehearsals go from challenging to catastrophic when two of Henry’s former circus colleagues unexpectantly show up in Cedar Grove – one dedicated to staging singing Vikings in an opera and the other determined to produce a silent movie! The simplicity of the message of Christ’s birth seems lost in the chaos, until an unforeseen tragedy on Christmas Eve causes everyone—including a reconciled father and son—to return to where Christmas truly began—around a humble manger in a stable.
Reserved Seating Tickets: $10 (all fees included) Children must be 5 years and older to attend with the exception of the Saturday, Dec 14 @ 11 am and 3pm performances.
Open Seating Tickets: Free. Available Sundays and Wednesdays at the Christmas at Brightmoor kiosk in the Church Foyer or by calling the church office Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm, at (248) 668-7000 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. These tickets are for non-reserved seats. Doors open 30 minutes prior to performance time. Children must be 5 years and older to attend with the exception of the Saturday, Dec 14 @ 11 am and 3pm performances.
Seating: Ground level and Stadium seating available.
Thursday, Dec 12 @ 7pm
Friday, Dec 13 @ 7pm
Saturday, Dec 14 @ 11am (child-friendly performance; all ages accepted*)
Saturday, Dec 14 @ 3pm (child-friendly performance; all ages accepted*)
Saturday, Dec 14 @ 7pm
Sunday, Dec 15 @ 3pm
Sunday, Dec 15 @ 7pm
Running Time: Approx. 2 hours with a 20-minutes intermission. Doors open 30 minutes prior to performance time.
Playing @ Brightmoor Christian Church: 40800 W. 13 Mile Rd., Novi, MI 48377
Age Guidance: 5+ Note: Children under 5 years of age are not permitted at the performances due to the length and intensity of the program except for the Saturday, Dec 14, 11 am and 3 pm performances. *At the 11 am and 3 pm child-friendly performance on Saturday, Dec 14, we ask that if your child begins crying or becomes a distraction to other audience members please go to our family room where a closed circuit TV is available to watch the performance. Childcare is not provided at any performance.
Wheelchair/Companion Seating: Limited wheelchair/companion seating is available. Tickets for these seats may be reserved over the phone with the church office. Please ask for that specific seating when reserving your tickets. Due to high demand, they may or may not be able to accommodate your request for your particular date.
FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Four Tickets to Christmas held?
All performances are held at the Brightmoor Christian Church, 40800 W. 13 Mile Rd., Novi, MI 48377.
How long is the performance?
The performance is approx. 2 hours long with a 20-minutes intermission.
Is there reserved seating?
Yes, reserved seating is limited and is only available online through Eventbrite.com. You may also go to the BrightmoorChurch.org website under the Events tab and click on Christmas at Brightmoor where there will be a link will take you to the Eventbrite website.
When do doors open for a performance?
Doors will open 30 minutes before each performance. Performances begin promptly at the scheduled time; please allow ample time to get parked and to get seated.
Will my online credit card transaction be secure?
Yes. Credit card transactions are processed with industry standard security methods, and the ticketing company does not store credit card numbers.
Are there refunds for tickets?
Tickets are non-refundable. In the case of a mistake, we will offer refund for 72 hours after initial purchase. After that, if you cannot use your tickets for some reason, we suggest that you give them to someone else.
Is there a limit to the number of tickets I can purchase per transaction?
May I use “e-tickets” that I print myself for admission?
Yes. As soon as the transaction is complete, their system will confirm your purchase with an email. E-tickets are attached to your confirmation email as a PDF file. To print them on your home computer, you must open them using Adobe Reader.
Will I get an email confirmation of my ticket purchase?
Yes. As soon as the transaction is complete, the ticket company system will confirm your purchase with email. If you choose e-tickets as your method of ticket delivery, then those tickets will be attached to your confirmation email as PDF files.
Do I get a receipt for my online purchase?
Yes. Once your order is complete, you may print your confirmation page using the print function of your browser. Also, a detailed copy of your order receipt will be sent to the email address that you provided when checking out. Please be sure to check your Junk Mail folder before contacting the ticket company if you do not receive your receipt in your email.
Do I have to buy a ticket for my child?
Every person in attendance must purchase an individual seat of his or her own. (Note: laps are not a purchased seat for children). Please note: Children under 5 years of age are not permitted at the performances due to the length and intensity of the program except for the Saturday, Dec 14, 11 am and 3 pm performances. *At the 11 am and 3 pm child-friendly performances on Saturday, Dec 14, we ask that if your child begins crying or becomes a distraction to other audience members please go to our family room where a closed circuit TV is available to watch the performance. Childcare is not provided at any performance.
Do you provide childcare during the performances?
Sorry, childcare is not provided for the productions. Please make your own accommodations for childcare. Please note: Children under 5 years of age are not permitted at the performances due to the length and intensity of the program except for the Saturday, Dec 14, 11 am and 3 pm performances. *At the 11 am and 3 pm child-friendly performances on Saturday, Dec 14, we ask that if your child begins crying or becomes a distraction to other audience members please go to our family room where a closed-circuit TV is available to watch the performance. Childcare is not provided at any performance.
Do you provide translation for the hearing impaired?
Sorry, we do not offer this service at the Christmas at Brightmoor performances.
Our church loves to bring a large group to this event. How does that work?
We are delighted to welcome large groups and we can very easily accommodate. Discounts are not provided for large groups, but purchasing tickets through Eventbrite.com as soon as they are available will allow your group to sit together for the performance.
Is there a discount for senior citizens?
Sorry, we do not offer a senior discount.
May I take pictures?
No, we do not allow personal video equipment, cameras, or cell phone use to record video or to take still photos. Such use is a distraction to the performers and animals (which actually can be dangerous for them). This kind of equipment also hinders the enjoyment of other guests watching the performance.
Do you use special effects during the performance?
Yes. Flashing, moving lights, theatrical fog, pyrotechnics, and loud noises are used during the performance.
What are the ticket booth hours of operation?
Hours of operation are 8:30am -4:30pm (Mon-Fri), before and after Wednesday night services, and Sundays following both services.
Can I still get in if I lose or forget my reserved tickets?
Yes. Tickets can be reprinted at the Will Call station the night of the performance with valid photo ID.
Can I get tickets at the door?
If there are tickets available, they would be at the Will Call station and are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Can I sell my reserved tickets to someone at the show if I have extra?
If you want to sell your tickets ahead of time, you are able to do so off campus. We do not permit any re-selling of tickets on premises the day of the performance or on the church grounds.
Inclement weather is not a cause for cancellation. As long as the cast can make it to the church, the show will go on. There are no refunds or exchanges because of bad weather. Plan to leave home early, and please travel carefully. If the status of a show does change, an announcement will be posted four hours prior to the start time of the show on