Loaded with Christmas carols and Spanish translations, A Jingle from St. Nick is a delightful and educational rendition of “Twas the Night Before Christmas”. The show (directed at children, but great for all ages) portrays Aunt as Jewish, and thus, is able to show the difference between Christmas and Hanukkah in a unique, entertaining way.
Also, Mama is Puerto Rican, and through her, we see how Puerto Ricans celebrate Christmas. With dinner props (like pernil and chuletas), and an explanation of Three Kings Day, we see an entirely different view of Christmas.
Although it only lasts about an hour, A Jingle From St. Nick is so entertaining, you will walk away with the largest smile. Singing along to Christmas Carols (in both English and Spanish) and watching as the children dance along with the actors, makes the show too great to pass up. It puts you in the true Christmas spirit and makes everyone just a bit more merry.