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Mequon 15-year-old in The Rep's A Christmas Carol

Dec. 11, 2012

Leah Schiman, age 15, is performing in the ensemble in Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s 37th Annual production of A Christmas Carol, proudly sponsored by MillerCoors. A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens’ classic masterpiece, returns to delight and brighten your holiday season with beautiful carols and timeless message of hope, peace, love and the true meaning of the holidays. Directed by Aaron Posner, this production features accomplished actor Christopher Donahue as Ebenezer Scrooge. Bring the whole family and join in a tradition that has been delighting audiences in The Pabst Theater for generations!
Leah has been acting for six years and hopes to become a professional actor. Being a part of A Christmas Carol is an “honor and an incredible experience I would be proud to take with me,” said Leah to The Rep earlier this year. “I’m always looking for more shows to be involved with to improve my acting skills and to do what I love most – to act.”
A Christmas Carol runs at The Pabst Theater from November 29 – December 24. Tickets for A Christmas Carol are from $15 – $70 prices are subject to change). Single Tickets for all of Milwaukee Repertory Theater’s 2012/13 productions are now on sale. Single Tickets can be purchased online at www.MilwaukeeRep.com, through The Rep’s Ticket Office by calling 414-224-9490 or in person at 108 E. Wells Street. Group tickets are also available for purchase by calling Patron Relations Manager Christine Yundem at 414-290-5340.

To learn more about The Rep or its productions, please visit www.MilwaukeeRep.com.

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