As Charlie Brown struggles to see the materialistic version of Christmas growing around him, he has a desire to help the rest of the gang discover the true meaning of Christmas. Not sure how to accomplish this, Lucy suggests that he volunteers to direct the school Christmas Pageant. Charlie Brown chooses to accept this offer, but it proves to be tougher than he thought. With all of his cast wanting him to pick out a nice aluminum tree. Instead, Charlie Brown chooses a small, sickly looking real tree that he believes needs some tender loving care. Although it is the exact opposite of what his cast asked him to get, it may act as that symbol to bring the true meaning of Christmas back into everyone lives, with a little help from a speech by Linus.
Come watch this animated television special come to life on St. George Musical Theaters stage located at the Opera House City of St. George, 212 N Main St. The show will be playing from December 1st-17th. Tickets are available at sgmt.org, by calling 1-866-967-8167 or by visiting the box office at 6:30 p.m. on performance nights.
Christmas in St. George:
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