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This is a friendly reminder that Theatre NorthWest’s second relaxed performance of the season is Saturday, December 2nd! Come see the heartwarming, family-friendly holiday classic, Miracle on 34th Street: The Radio Play Musical! Tickets are only $10 (caregivers attend for free), so get yours while you can!

The holiday season is in full swing when the top department store in New York hires a man off the street to play Santa. To everyone’s surprise, that man claims to be the real Kris Kringle and his case makes it all the way to the Supreme Court!

Told in the style of a live 1940’s era musical broadcast, staged with live foley effects and a score of your favourite holiday tunes, Miracle on 34th Street is sure to be a highlight of the season. This heartwarming family show will melt even the most cynical of hearts!

Content Warning
This play is set in 1947. For that reason, it contains outdated language about mental health conditions which modern audiences might find offensive or jarring.

Sensory Impact
While this play is quite calm, there are several moments with sudden, sharp sound effects. There are two moments where the lights on stage slowly flicker on and off. There is no strobe lighting.




This is a relaxed performance. Relaxed performances are designed to welcome audience members who will benefit from a less restrictive audience environment, including (but not limited to) patrons with sensory processing conditions, autism, a learning or intellectual disability, or parents with infants and toddlers. There is a more casual approach to noise and movement within the theatre space. To view our visual story, please click here.

Relaxed Performance Characteristics

  • The play’s volume level will be lower and particularly harsh sound effects will be dampened or removed so people with noise sensitivity will be more comfortable
  • The house lights will remain on during the show
  • Noise and movement are 100% welcome during the show! Patrons can feel free to stand up, stretch, or exit and re-enter the theatre at any time

Tickets are $10 and caregivers attend for free (please select the Caregiver Admission price option to receive a ticket).

If you require wheelchair accessible seating please email as availability is limited for this performance.