Nashville Repertory Theatre's Production of A Christmas Story

Appropriate audience: Age 8 and older. If you are considering bringing someone younger than 8, please note that this is a full length play with a running time of over 2 hours.


Preview: Nov 27, 2015
Regular Run: Nov 28 – Dec 20, 2015


  Johnson Theater, TPAC
505 Deaderick St, Nashville, TN 37219

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Join us for Nashville's All-American Holiday tradition, Nashville Repertory Theatre's production of A Christmas Story, November 28 – December 20, 2015 with a preview on November 27. Featuring Megan Murphy Chambers as "Mother/Ensemble," Antonio P. Nappo as "Scut/Ensemble," Curtis Reed as "Randy/Ensemble," Mikey Rosenbaum as "Flick/Ensemble," Patrick Waller as "Schwartz/Ensemble," Derek Whittaker as "Ralph," and Bobby Wyckoff as "Old Man/Ensemble."

Ah, the holidays! Spending time with family, enjoying home cooked meals and singing carols. But in Ralphie Parker’s family, your mouth gets washed with soap, the neighbor’s dogs devour your oven-fresh turkey and those carols are replaced with choruses of “You’ll shoot your eye out.” Nashville Rep’s heartwarming production of this all-American holiday classic is the perfect addition to your family’s holiday traditions. Because nothing says Christmas like a leg lamp, pink bunny pajamas and sticking your tongue to the frozen flag pole!

Hat, Mitten, Scarf Drive

The holidays are a time for giving and so we’re hosting a Hat, Mitten Scarf Drive throughout the run of A Christmas Story. Please consider bringing new outdoor gear with you to the show. All donations will benefit the families at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville. You can also check out Ronald McDonald House Charities of Nashville’s Wish List and donate another item they will be sure to use.

The gift that keeps on giving. With each passing year, coming to see this show with us becomes more and more ingrained in families' holiday tradition, and nothing could make me happier. Every year we hear from folks who describe how much this theatre experience has come to mean to them, and I'm delighted that so far this little engine that could doesn't seem to be losing steam. We love love love seeing families of all sizes and ages coming together to enjoy this uniquely theatrical take on the story we all know so well about Ralphie and his quest for the best Christmas present ever. It’s become a celebration that means as much to us as to you, and I look forward to it every year.



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