Giveaway: Tickets for Kids of the Magi



The Austin Scottish Rite Theater production of Kids of the Magi, written and directed by Susan Gayle Todd, is a heartwarming holiday original based on a classic favorite! 


The Scottish Rite stage is graced with a haunting by William Sydney Porter (a.k.a. O. Henry) who guides the audience through the lesson of the Magi. The play includes a play-within-the-play, a dramatized version of the original Victorian story, “The Gift of the Magi,” which is echoed in the lives of school children Jamie and Dale. The one is an accomplished athlete; the other is an outstanding musician whose prized possessions are a foil and a ukulele.



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Scottish Rite Theater players dance, sing, and FENCE their way into your heart in a play about community and generosity. This one is great for all ages and the whole family!

At Scottish Rite Theater, kids can get the best seats in the house—on the big carpet close to the action! Open seating for all.


Showtimes:


Saturday, December 20 – 11:00 AM & 1:00 PM
Sunday, December 21 – 12:30 & 2:30 PM

Location:

Tickets are available online and at the door one hour before showtime. Admission is $8 for kids 12 and under, and $12 for adults. 

Free Fun in Austin has two family 4-packs of tickets for Kids of the Magi to give away!  


For your chance to win four tickets to see the show, please fill out the form below. Two winners will be selected at random on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 and notified by email. Sweepstakes Official Rules.

If you cannot see the form, please visit the original post to enter.



For more information, please visit the Austin Scottish Rite Theater website or the Kids of the Magi Facebook event pageContact [email protected] or call theater directly at 512-472-5436 with questions.

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