FAC celebrates with holiday comedy sketches


French Art Colony Riverby Theatre Guild members put on their rendition of “Stocking Stuffers,” a collection of holiday sketch comedy scenes. Performances were given Saturday and Sunday at the Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church in Gallipolis. Here, FAC Executive Director Joseph Wright (left) as his character Jack, discusses with Christmas elf Christina Cogar (right), why is it a jack-in-the-box toy traditionally plays the “Pop goes the Weasel” song if a weasel doesn’t jump out of a jack in the box.

French Art Colony Riverby Theatre Guild members put on their rendition of “Stocking Stuffers,” a collection of holiday sketch comedy scenes. Performances were given Saturday and Sunday at the Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church in Gallipolis. Here, FAC Executive Director Joseph Wright (left) as his character Jack, discusses with Christmas elf Christina Cogar (right), why is it a jack-in-the-box toy traditionally plays the “Pop goes the Weasel” song if a weasel doesn’t jump out of a jack in the box.


French Art Colony Riverby Theatre Guild members put on their rendition of “Stocking Stuffers,” a collection of holiday sketch comedy scenes. Performances were given Saturday and Sunday at the Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church in Gallipolis. Here, FAC Executive Director Joseph Wright (left) as his character Jack, discusses with Christmas elf Christina Cogar (right), why is it a jack-in-the-box toy traditionally plays the “Pop goes the Weasel” song if a weasel doesn’t jump out of a jack in the box.

French Art Colony Riverby Theatre Guild members put on their rendition of “Stocking Stuffers,” a collection of holiday sketch comedy scenes. Performances were given Saturday and Sunday at the Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church in Gallipolis. Here, FAC Executive Director Joseph Wright (left) as his character Jack, discusses with Christmas elf Christina Cogar (right), why is it a jack-in-the-box toy traditionally plays the “Pop goes the Weasel” song if a weasel doesn’t jump out of a jack in the box.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2016/12/web1_FAC-Xmas-play.jpgFrench Art Colony Riverby Theatre Guild members put on their rendition of “Stocking Stuffers,” a collection of holiday sketch comedy scenes. Performances were given Saturday and Sunday at the Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church in Gallipolis. Here, FAC Executive Director Joseph Wright (left) as his character Jack, discusses with Christmas elf Christina Cogar (right), why is it a jack-in-the-box toy traditionally plays the “Pop goes the Weasel” song if a weasel doesn’t jump out of a jack in the box.