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The Most Miserable Christmas Tree

From 4 member  reviews
Members say: Entertaining, Funny, Delightful, Great acting, Enchanting

About the show

Narrows Community Theater presents this whimsical, family-friendly holiday musical about finding your purpose, second chances, and understanding the true spirit of the season.  More…

As a Christmas tree, Douglas Fir is the center of attention as he extols the joys of being decorated. Unfortunately, Douglas is soon stripped of adornment, thrown to the curb, and left in a pile of trash. Determined to remain a decorated Christmas tree, Douglas heads back home to Mistletoe Mountain and Miss Balsam's Finishing School for Christmas Trees to get the diploma he never received. But Douglas only succeeds in becoming more miserable and turns his back on Christmas. Happily, an important discovery allows him to understand his true purpose and the real meaning of the holiday.

Member Reviews (4)


Entertaining, Funny, Delightful, Great acting, Enchanting
Avg Score

Delightful, Enchanting, Funny, Great music, Fluffy

See it if You want a gem of a holiday show, with earworms you'll be humming for days, a clever script, and surprisingly good costumes.

Don't see it if You're a grinch, or can't be bothered to schlep to Fort Hamilton.

Cliched, Entertaining, Absorbing, Great acting, Masterful

See it if Great

Don't see it if Don't like it

Great singing, Great acting, Funny, Refreshing, Entertaining

See it if You want to see something unique, that defies convention & yet still delivers a heart warming message of giving and transformation.

Don't see it if You can't see the forest for the trees. :)

Entertaining, Delightful, Enchanting, Funny, Must see

See it if you desire to see an outstanding piece of art that warms the hearts for all to see and gets everyone in the Christmas Spirit

Don't see it if you hate being happy

December 21st, 2016
“Despite the story being short on substance, serious topics such as homelessness, addiction, sex, depression, suicide, stealing, and attempted murder, are addressed. There are few adult references that might make this musical interesting to anyone over the age of 13. The first act is tediously lo...
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