Crimson Tine Players present A Christmas Story

Crimson Tine Players is once again preparing a great family comedy just in time for the Christmas season.

'A Christmas Story' opens this Friday evening at the Riverside Theatre at 7 p.m.

Crimson Tine Players is once again preparing a great family comedy just in time for the Christmas season.  “A Christmas Story” is set in the 1940s and is the wonderful story of Ralphy,  who really wants a Blue Rider Bee Bee Gun for Christmas. The cast is mostly kids and teens and they are having a great time getting this play ready for all of us.  Be sure to plan to attend one of the performances at the Riverside Center and get yourselves in the Christmas spirit.  Six performances are planned – Nov. 30, evening show, a matinee on Dec. 1, and evening show on December 1, The following weekend; Friday and Saturday nights as well as a Saturday matinee. Tickets  are $10 for children, students and seniors, and $15 for adults. The Dec. 1 matinee is “Pay what you can,” so bring the whole gang for the 2 p.m., show. Tickets are available at the door and at Shoppers Drug Mart and the Sunflower Gallery. Looking forward to seeing you for one of these great performances. Please come out and support our local community theatre.



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