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The players at the fictional KPNF radio station return to put their stamp on another holiday classic: Miracle on 34th Street. As they bring to life the entire story through dozens of character voices and live foley sound effects, audiences will be re-introduced to Kris Kringle, the charming Macy’s mascot put on trial for claiming to be the real Santa Claus. Besieged by commercialism and disillusionment, winning the trial and restoring his friends’ faith in the most precious, intangible parts of Christmas will require Kris to perform nothing short of a miracle.

The performances December 9-18 will be at Old Settlers Association of Williamson County. The performances on December 19 will be at the Driskill Hotel.

This production is part of Penfold's Great Plays in Great Places Series, which features stories that are inspired by, in conversation with, or performed in unique places across the region.

The players at the fictional KPNF radio station return to put their stamp on another holiday classic: Miracle on 34th Street. As they bring to life the entire story through dozens of character voices and live foley sound effects, audiences will be re-introduced to Kris Kringle, the charming Macy’s mascot put on trial for claiming to be the real Santa Claus. Besieged by commercialism and disillusionment, winning the trial and restoring his friends’ faith in the most precious, intangible parts of Christmas will require Kris to perform nothing short of a miracle.

The performances December 9-18 will be at Old Settlers Association of Williamson County. The performances on December 19 will be at the Driskill Hotel.

This production is part of Penfold's Great Plays in Great Places Series, which features stories that are inspired by, in conversation with, or performed in unique places across the region.

The players at the fictional KPNF radio station return to put their stamp on another holiday classic: Miracle on 34th Street. As they bring to life the entire story through dozens of character voices and live foley sound effects, audiences will be re-introduced to Kris Kringle, the charming Macy’s mascot put on trial for claiming to be the real Santa Claus. Besieged by commercialism and disillusionment, winning the trial and restoring his friends’ faith in the most precious, intangible parts of Christmas will require Kris to perform nothing short of a miracle.

The performances December 9-18 will be at Old Settlers Association of Williamson County. The performances on December 19 will be at the Driskill Hotel.

This production is part of Penfold's Great Plays in Great Places Series, which features stories that are inspired by, in conversation with, or performed in unique places across the region.

WHEN

WHERE

Old Settler's Hall
3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78665
https://www.penfoldtheatre.org/event/a-miracle-on-34th-street-classic-radiocast/

TICKET INFO

$16-$45
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