Michael McLean – the bestselling LDS songwriter, playwright and producer – is returning to Logan Wednesday, Dec. 1, with his holiday classic “The Forgotten Carols.” The performance starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Kent Concert Hall in the Utah State University Chase Fine Arts Center. Doors open at 7 p.m. On KVNU’s Crosstalk show Tuesday, McLean said more than 1 million people have seen the seasonal stage production of “The Forgotten Carols,” which illustrates what the world has forgotten about Christmas. “I also have a brand new book and CD that’s tied into ‘The Forgotten Carols,'” McLean said. “It’s an illustrated children’s book called ‘A Christmas Miracle for Isaac and Eliza.’ It’s a really fun complement to ‘The Forgotten Carols’ story because it’s about a couple of kids who are having a hard time liking Christmas because they lost their dad in the war and a magical babysitter comes to help them learn about the miracles of Christmas.” Tickets for “The Forgotten Carols” are available at www.ForgottenCarols.com or by calling 866-832-8211.
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