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Join the Klingon's Christmas spirit

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"A Klingon Christmas Carol," Comedia Beauregard's unique spin on the holiday classic is staged at Raven Theatre. The production is a heartwarming cross between the Charles Dickens' classic and the Klingon language and culture in which "SQuja' (Scrooge) has neither honor nor courage and is in peril of suffering eternal torment if he is not brought into line with his culture's values."

The show, which runs through Dec. 30, is directed by Eric Van Tassell, written by Written by Christopher Kidder-Mostrom and Sasha Walloch, and translated by Laura Thurston, Bill Hedrick, and Christopher Kidder-Mostrom.

Tickets, $20-$28. Call 800.838.3006 or visit CBTheatre.ort. The theater is located at 6157 N Clark.
-- Miriam Di Nunzio

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