Butte Theater, 139 E Bennet Ave, Cripple Creek, 80813
November 26 – December 13
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Cripple Creek history meets the classic Dickens’ Christmas Carol in this holiday season is a perfect past, present and future holiday experience. This show is a great holiday outing for the entire family as its plot is based on the classic tale – with a Cripple Creek twist that relies on Bob Womack (who in 1890, discovered the gold that made Cripple Creek famous) to rescue the Scrooge-like Gooch from his selfish ways. Bob is aided in his task of saving Gooch by several other figures from the historic gold camp including Winfield Scott Stratton and Mollie Kathleen. The show was written for the Butte stage by TATC producer Chris Armbrister and Cripple Creek’s favorite playwright Chris Sorensen. Wednesday through Sunday; see website for times and tickets.
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