This is a must-see for the whole family!

The Penobscot Theatre Company in Downtown Bangor has a long track record of putting on fantastic Christmas plays for years and years. And 2021 is no exception. The beloved holiday classic, “Miracle On 34th Street” is now playing through December 26.

When a department store Santa claims he’s the real Kris Kringle, his case gets taken all the way to the Supreme Court. And a little girl helps save the day.

This version of Miracle on 34th Street is taken from the original 1947 radio broadcast and features an original musical score. This should definitely be at the top of your holiday “to do” list.

Luckily, there are lots of performances that you can check out:

Wednesday, November 24th-7pm
Friday, November 26th-7pm
Saturday, November 27th 2pm/7pm
Sunday, November 28th-3pm
Wednesday, December 1st-7pm
Thursday, December 2nd-7pm
Friday, December 3rd-7pm
Saturday, December 4th-7pm
Sunday, December 5ht-3pm
Wednesday, December 8th-7pm
Thursday, December 9th-7pm
Friday, December 10th-7pm
Saturday, December 11th-7pm
Sunday, December 12th-3pm
Wednesday, December 15h-7pm
Thursday, December 16th-7pm
Friday, December 17th-7pm
Saturday, December 18th-2pm/7pm
Sunday, December 19th-3pm
Tuesday, December 21st-7pm
Wednesday, December 22nd-7pm
Thursday, December 23rd-7pm
Friday, December 24th-10am
Saturday, December 26th-3pm

And since it is sold out, you can live stream my good friend AJ Mooney, who stars in "Who's Holiday". On Christmas Eve, the now 40-year-old Cindy Lou Who, lives in her trailer home on Mount Crumpit, which you may remember as the former hideout of the infamous Grinch.

Get all the details on how to stream this show here.

Looking for a cool stocking stuffer? Get the theater lover in your life a gift certificate to Penobscot Theatre Company

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