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‘Holiday in the Hills’ now showing

MIKE JIMENA stars as Peter J. Hopper in "Holiday in the Hills." Also pictured are, clockwise,Sage Innerarity, Joanna Rehwald and Nicole Beigh. Courtesy photo
MIKE JIMENA stars as Peter J. Hopper in "Holiday in the Hills." Also pictured are, clockwise,Sage Innerarity, Joanna Rehwald and Nicole Beigh. Courtesy photo

Sutter Street Theatre continues a Christmas tradition this season

MIKE JIMENA stars as Peter J. Hopper in "Holiday in the Hills." Also pictured are, clockwise, Sage Innerarity, Joanna Rehwald and Nicole Beigh. Courtesy photo

with its annual production of the historically fictional play “Holiday in the Hills.”

Written by Sutter Street’s own Mike Jimena and Connie Mockenhaupt, the play celebrates an old fashioned Christmas filled with the songs, dance and warmth of the season. Set in Historic Folsom in the late 1880s, all of the characters actually lived in or visited Folsom.

Tickets for “Holiday in the Hills” are $23 for general admission, $21 for seniors and SARTA members, $18 for students and $15 for children 12 and younger. Visit Sutterstreettheatre.com or call (916) 353-1001 for tickets or more information.

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