A TERRITORIAL CHRISTMAS CAROL:
An Oklahoma Tradition

November 24, 2017 - December 23, 2017

 

Adapted by Stephen P. Scott
based on the novel by Charles Dickens


This Pollard Theatre Original, now in its 30th year, never fails to delight enthusiastic Oklahoma audiences. Adapted by gifted Oklahoma playwright, Stephen P. Scott, this version of Charles Dickens' classic tale of redemption and brotherly love is set in the days of the Oklahoma Land Run. The Pollard's all-time bestseller and a true Oklahoma tradition, A Territorial Christmas Carol continues to dazzle audiences and play to sold-out houses, so be sure to buy your tickets early!
General Audience

IS THIS SHOW RIGHT FOR ME?
At the Pollard, we strive to tell stories that will speak to all of our audience - but with such a diverse audience base, no one story will be right for everyone. We encourage you to research each title and decide for yourselves if this is a show you would appreciate.

While this family friendly show is appropriate for all ages, Children under 5 are discouraged from attending as some scenes may be frightening. *PLEASE NOTE: Infants and toddlers will not be admitted.

Territorial Christmas logo

Click to see other other Christmas events in Guthrie!

 

NOVEMBER 2017
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
192021222324
8 PM
25
8 PM
26272829
11 am
30
11 am
8 PM
  
DECEMBER 2017
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
     
1
11 am
8 PM
2
2 PM
8 PM
3
2 PM
456
11 am
7
11 am
8 PM
8
8 PM
9
2 PM
8 PM
10
2 PM
11121314
8 PM
15
8 PM
16
2 PM
8 PM
17
2 PM
18192021
8 PM
22
8 PM
23
2 PM
8 PM

*11 am performances are special Student Matinees

Ticket Prices
Regular $30.00
Senior* $27.00
Military & Teachers $24.00
Student $15.00
Box Office Tickets Online

*Senior = 62 & older

Produced with additional support from:
Kirkpatrick logo
Guthrie CVB logo
Shubert Foundation
OAC logo
Inasmuch logo

< Back to Upcoming Shows



NEA Logo OAC Logo

Pollard Theatre Company is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, whose mission is to produce professional theatre that engages and inspires Oklahoma's audiences, and contributes to the quality of life and economy of our community and state. Additional assistance is provided by the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.