Matthews Playhouse of the Performing Arts
MainStage Productions Presents


Miracle on 34th Street

December 9th - 19th

A play in Two Acts

Performances

  • Thursday, December 9th @ 7:00pm

    • Pay-What-You-Can, Preview Performance

  • Friday, December 10th @ 7:00pm

  • Saturday, December 11th @ 2:00pm

  • Saturday, December 11th @ 7:00pm

  • Sunday, December 12th @ 2:00pm

  • Sunday, December 12th @ 6:00pm
     

  • Thursday, December 16th @ 7:00pm

  • Friday, December 17th @ 7:00pm

  • Saturday, December 18th @ 2:00pm

  • Saturday, December 18th @ 7:00pm

  • Sunday, December 19th @ 2:00pm

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Adapted by Mountain Community Theatre from the novel by Valentine Davies
Based upon the Twentieth Century Fox motion picture.

Tickets

  • $16 for adults

  • $14 for students, seniors, children

  • On sale beginning November 1st

  • Pay-What-You-Can performances cannot be sold or reserved in advance.  Cash and credit card donations will be accepted at the door.

COVID Care
Matthews Playhouse is glad to offer a credit for a future show or camp should you be unable to attend due to illness or COVID-19 related concerns. We regret that we are unable to offer a refund, and hope that you will  be able to join us for future programming. 

Please note that masks must be worn at all times when in the facility.

About the show...

"This is a tale that we want to believe in, that creates a world we seem to desperately desire, free of the blatant commercialism that surrounds us, where love and decency and generosity of spirit are their own rewards. What we want Christmas to be all about, really." So writes the Santa Cruz Sentinel of this most heartwarming holiday story. By chance, Kris Kringle, an old man in a retirement home, gets a job working as Santa for Macy's. Kris unleashes waves of good will with Macy's customers and the commercial world of New York City by referring parents to other stores to find exactly the toy their child has asked for. Seen as deluded and dangerous by Macy's vocational counselor, who plots to have Kris shanghaied to Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital, Kris ends up in a court competency hearing. Especially at stake is one little girl's belief in Santa. In a dramatic decision, the court confirms Kris as the true Santa, allowing Susan and countless other children to experience the joy of childhood fantasy.