Miraculous start to the weekend in Medford

December 12, 2012 by  

‘Miracle on 34th Street’ is a popular holiday favorite for many people and is a wonderful entire family event that can be enjoyed together during the coming Christmas season. For those children that are reaching the ‘I’m not sure’ age, this Christmas special is all about ‘believing’ once again.

This holiday special has Kris Kringle, Santa Claus, appearing in a wonderful musical adaptation in which he takes on all the cynics in the world who do not believe in him. A classic tale, it has been shown on television many times. In this story, a gentle friendly white haired and bearded man claims to be ‘Santa’ and spends his time spreading love throughout New York City and bringing together the rival department stores, Macy’s and Gimbel’s, while teaching children everywhere to believe in him.

Guests will no doubt leave this presentation happy that they can still believe. This is being presented by the Teen Musical Theater of Oregon and the Craterian Performances. It is a great chance to bring the children and enjoy a great evening at the theater.

Brochure printing and poster printing were most likely used to tell people about this wonderful event being performed close to home. Tickets are $18 per adult and $9 for youths up to the age of 18. The show is being performed on December 14 and December 15 at 7:00 pm at the Craterian Ginger Rogers Theater located at 23 S. Central Avenue in Medford, Oregon. To purchase tickets, please visit the Craterian Ginger Rogers Theater website or call the box office at 541-779-3000.