Red Curtain is excited to offer an original adaptation (by artistic director Scott B. Randall) of "A Miracle on 34th Street," live on your screens.

Set during the 2020 pandemic, a group of theatre friends get together online to read their favorite holiday story. Jessie's father has been hospitalized, and she has asked her friends to help tell the story to her 10-year-old daughter to help cheer her up. The actors each take on various roles within the show, similar to a radio-play format.

Online performances are set for Dec 11, 12, 18 and 19, starting at 7 p.m. each night. For tickets go to https://bit.ly/36JjPoM. Then watch your email for the streaming code you'll use to log in and watch the performance of your choice (note that the email may go to your spam or junk folder). It's just what you need to get you into the holiday spirit.

Cost is $15 for an individual and $40 for a family pack (one screen).

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