“Miracle On 34th Street” to be presented at Yorkshire Playhouse

YORK – Everyone is welcomed to “renew your hope in humanity and Christmas” during the Yorkshire Playhouse’s holiday show, “Miracle On 34th Street.”

Performances will be from Dec. 5-10. Tuesday-Friday shows will begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday shows will start at 2 p.m. The doors will open a half-hour before each performance.

This production will close out the 2023 season.

Tickets are now available.

The classic Christmas comedy/drama returns to the stage, during which Kris Kringle gets caught up in the excitement of New York City Macy’s day Parade when he finds an intoxicated man playing the role of Santa. Kris plays the role of Santa so well he is given the role at Macy’s where his sanity is questioned. Is he the real Santa? Have people forgotten the real meaning of Christmas? Kris Kringle insists he is the real Santa Claus, which raises the department store’s proverbial eyebrow. When his predicament escalates to a court trial, will there by anyone to save the real Santa Claus?

Director is Lauran Ostberg.

There is a very large cast for this production which is based on the 20th Century Fox motion picture and novel by Valentine Davies.

Meanwhile, everyone is reminded that 2024 memberships are also now available. To find more information, go to yorkshireplayhouse.com.

 

 

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