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A Christmas Carol at

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11/29/2019

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Jln. Kalilio 1
SF Bay Area,



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From tiny tots to young-at-heart seniors, for a lot of North Texans it just wouldn’t be the holidays without DTC’s festive production of the Dickens classic. It’s a lot like Christmas itself... magical and moving and colorful and filled with laughter and song!From tiny tots to young-at-heart seniors, for a lot of North Texans it just wouldn’t be the holidays without DTC’s festive production of the Dickens classic. It’s a lot like Christmas itself... magical and moving and colorful and filled with laughter and song!

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