Rediscover the magic of believing that wishes can come true and miracles still happen in Meredith Willson's (The Music Man & The Unsinkable Molly Brown) musical production of one of the best loved of all holiday classic tales, Miracle On 34th Street.
This heartwarming story by Valentine Davies, originally written for the 1940s movie of the same name, is brilliantly brought to life in a fully staged musical production. The story follows the adventures of an elderly gentleman named Kris Kringle, who must leave his cozy existence at the Maplewood Retirement Home because Maplewood only keeps elderly people as long as they are in good physical and mental health. There is this matter of Kris continuing to claim that he is Santa Claus, which calls his sanity into question.
Featuring an imaginative set, stylish costumes of the period, superb choreography and the wonderful sound of Meredith Willson's fabulous lyrics and score including, "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas" and "May The Good Lord Bless & Keep You," this holiday family plum of a show is sure to leave every audience believing in love and miracles again.
Miracle On 34th Street is produced by Troupe America Inc., now in its 25th year of touring musicals and comedies. It is directed by John Tsafoyannis with musical direction by Dennis Curley and choreography by Michael Mathew Farrell.
Saturday, December 22 7:30 PM ONLY (Note: There is no 2:00pm. Any tickets previously purchased will be honored at the 7:30pm show. Or, ticket purchasers can receive a full refund at their point of purchase).
Adults: $43.00-$50.00 Children (12&under): $38.00-$45.00 Reserved Seating *Prices shown reflect all fees for tickets purchased at the Box Office. ON SALE: AUGUST 17, 2012 at 10:00 AM