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Scrooge's Last Christmas (or the End of the World Show)

REBECCA JACOBSON
10 pm Fridays-Saturdays through Dec. 22. Family-friendly performances 5 pm, Dec. 15 and 22., Saturday December 08 | "Pay what you can," $10 suggested.
Milepost 5
850 NE 81st Ave.
 

Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol gets a commedia dell’arte twist in this Post 5 Theatre production, which finds Scrooge tying up loose ends before the Mayan calendar (and the world) ends.



Where: Milepost 5
Phone: 729-3223
Address: 850 NE 81st Ave.
Website: http://milepost5.net

 
 

Milepost 5

850 NE 81st Ave.
Portland, OR
 
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