A Christmas Carol from The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

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The Rep rings in the spirit of the season with the second annual production of A Christmas Carol! At long last, the ghosts of Ebenezer Scrooge's past, present and future have caught up with him. Now London's most infamous miser face down his demons, reconcile the consequences of his choices and experience the power and joy of a miraculous redemption.

Don't miss Santa Saturdays December 10 and 17 at the 1 p.m. matinees. Get in the spirit and enjoy a show and pictures with Santa! Pictures will be taken after the show and are FREE.

Scouts Nights will be held December 28-30. Scout members can buy tickets for only $10 each with promo code SCOUTS.

Shows are on select nights November 19 — December 30.

Use Promo Code FAMILY for buy two tickets get two free!

Go to repstl.org for more information and tickets.

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