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Christmastown: A Holiday Noir

Saturday 16th of December to Sunday 24th of December
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In this film noir-inspired holiday thrilller by Seattle playwright Wayne Rawley, hard-boiled detective Nick Holiday investigates some un-holiday-like shenanigans taking place in Christmastown that sends him on a search for the truth about Big Red.

Add a glamorous elf, a used-Christmas-tree salesman, a muckraking reporter, and a quick-thinking cab driver, and youve got what the Seattle Times calls best new holiday romp of the year!



WHEN: Saturday 16th of December until Sunday 24th of December, 2017
WHERE: 7312 West Greenlake Drive North, Seattle
MORE INFO: Click Here
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