A Christmas Story The Musical

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Join the Parker Family, Jean Shepherd, Miss Shields, and all your favorite A Christmas Story characters!
Gateway Center for Performing Arts (GCPA) opens their ninth MainStage season with the beloved holiday classic, A Christmas Story. Enjoy this heartwarming and hilarious story written by Jean Shepherd, adapted for the stage by playwright Joseph Robinette and composers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (The Greatest Showman, Dear Evan Hansen). Following Ralphie Parker's quest for the perfect Christmas present, the musical plays all the hits from winning a major award, to the infamous changing-of-the-tire ordeal, to that famous phrase - you'll shoot your eye out!

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