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Treat your-elf to a musical version of a holiday classic

See why the North Carolina Theatre’s “Elf - The Musical” is the gift that keeps giving this holiday season.

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Three figures dressed in elf clothing stand in front of a bright green backdrop.

Dive headfirst into the holidays with this cheerful musical.

Photo by Curtis Brown

You can’t put this elf on a shelf — but you can see him live and in person this holiday season at “Elf – The Musical.

This tuneful retelling of the 2003 hit film promises show-stopping performances from Broadway stars and local actors, stunning set design, and world-class production quality.

Playing at the Martin Marietta Center for the Performing Arts from Saturday, Dec. 9-Sunday, Dec. 17, “Elf - The Musical” is a hilarious + heartwarming holiday classic that follows loveable Buddy the Elf on his journey from the North Pole to New York as he explores the meaning of family, love, and the holiday season.

Afternoon and evening showtimes are available, so bring the kids for a matinee or make a night of it with friends or your sweetie.

The North Carolina Theatre has been putting together high-quality performances since 1984, and remains Raleigh’s top-tier professional nonprofit regional theatre.

Pro tip: Secure the best seats before they’re gone.

Buddy up with Buddy

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