We currently have about 75 tickets left for the entire run of A Gone Fishin' Christmas.
Most tickets are for Wednesday 12/28 at 2:00pm and Thursday 12/29 at 2:00pm.
For other availability call the box office at 763-493-8733.
A Gone Fishin' Christmas
By Jessica Lind Peterson
Directed by Jason Peterson
November 11 - December 23
From the playwright who brought you Miracle on Christmas Lake and A Hunting Shack Christmas–it’s the world premiere of Jessica Lind Peterson’s hilarious brand-spanking new holiday comedy! The Northland’s biggest ice fishing contest of the decade is underway and two sisters travel home to Duluth to catch a big one. But an unseasonably warm winter threatens to break apart the ice and the girls quickly find themselves in precarious waters. Featuring an unruly team of sled dogs, an aquaphobic intern and an old boyfriend—A Gone Fishin’ Christmas is guaranteed to tickle your funny bone and cast you into the Christmas spirit!
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We are over 90% SOLD OUT already | For best availability call our box office: 763-493-8733
Best availability for Wed. Nov. 23 at 2:00
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