But there was one saving grace: the performance of the final “ghost,” Fredericksburg’s own operatic tenor, Kevin Perry, singing “O Holy Night.” That one song was worth the price of admission (okay, it was free, but you get the idea). Now if instead of dramatic readings, Kevin had sung the contents of the letters, I would have been very happy. Maybe next year, huh, Kev?
And just a mention for my favorite local singing group, Fourte, who performed their holiday repertoire on Sunday afternoon at the Griffin Bookshop. They did their usual fine job, and I managed to get a little shopping done, too.