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SteppingStone Theatre Announces their production of A Charlie Brown Christmas, November 30-December 22

Bring your family together for a performance of this beloved classic, featuring live jazz pianist Sean Turner, at the SteppingStone Theatre. This charming performance will delight everyone on your Christmas list! 

What is A Charlie Brown Christmas about, again? 
All of Charlie Brown’s friends are brimming with holiday cheer, but he’s having trouble getting in the spirit. Can directing a Christmas play help him kick the Yuletide Blues? Discover the true meaning of Christmas and the place where you belong with Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the whole Peanuts gang!

Who is the ideal audience? 
This hour-long performance will be a marvelous experience for Peanuts lovers of all ages! 

When are your Accessible Performances?
December 2: 3:00 PM Pay-As-You’re Able
December 7 : 7:00 PM Audio Described
December 9: 3:00 PM ASL Interpreted

NEW with this show - choose your seats when you purchase Tickets.

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