THE GIFTS OF THE MAGI at Theatrical Outfit


Theatrical OutfitTheatrical Outfit, kicks off the holidays with the triumphant return of The Gifts of the Magi, featuring a top-notch cast, some returning, some new to The Gifts of the Magi. Heidi Cline McKerley directs, music direction is by S. Renee Clark, with choreography by Jeff McKerley. Opening night is Saturday, November 30, 7:30 p.m. curtain; previews performances are November 27 and 29. Tickets are on sale now at the box office, by phone (877-725-8849), and online at The Gifts of the Magi speaks to the joy of giving and the true spirit of the season and is appropriate for families. Tickets start at $20. Theatrical Outfit is located at 84 Luckie Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30303.

*STREET CAR CONSTRUCTION: Theatrical Outfit is so excited about the streetcar and the fabulous addition it will be to their neighborhood! In the meantime, the best route to the theatre avoiding streetcar construction is to take Marietta Street to Cone Street. Turn on Cone (there’s only one way to turn onto Cone, regardless of the direction from whence you came). We suggest parking at LAZ Parking deck on the corner of Cone and Luckie Streets via the Cone Street entrance. Parking vouchers to that LAZ deck are available for purchase at the box office for $4 cash. To avoid all issues… take MARTA! Peachtree Center Station is closest, Five Points is next closest.


Back by popular demand, the heartwarming holiday musical filled with goodness, love and unselfish spirit, The Gifts of the Magi, returns to Theatrical Outfit this month! Based on two of O. Henry’s classic short stories, “The Gift of the Magi” and “The Cop and the Anthem”, playwright Mark St. Germain artfully weaves the two stories together, connected by a newsboy narrator, and wrapped in tuneful songs that will fill patrons hearts with the joy of the season.

It’s Christmas in New York City, 1904, and Della and Jim, a penniless newlywed couple, sacrifice their most precious possessions in order to buy each other a Christmas present. Meanwhile, City Him and City

Her are the hustle and bustle of cold New York as ne’er-do-well Soapy Smith, in search of a free meal and a cozy place to sleep for the holidays, attempts to get thrown in jail. News Vendor Willy guides the way through these classic stories with wise council and soaring melodies. A charming and transcendent musical that asks “Is the joy in the gift or in the giving?” The Gifts of the Magi will fill your heart with the true spirit of the season.


Nick Arapoglou and Caroline Freedlund (newly engaged to each other!, and both recently seen in Urunetown at Fabrefaction) return in the roles of newlyweds Jim and Della; Kayce Grogan-Wallace (recently in Urinetown at Fabrefaction, and HAIR at Serenbe) is City Her; Kevin Harry (recently seen in Les Miserables at Aurora) is Willy; Rob Lawhon (Hank Williams in the Outfit’s Lost Highway) is Soapy; and Jeff McKerley (recently seen in Urinetown at Fabrefaction) is City Him.


Tickets start at $20 and are available online at the box office, by phone (877-725-8849), and online at

Senior and student discounts are available.


On cyber Monday, December 2, 2013, the public can receive a 30% discount on any adult-priced ticket to any performance for the rest of the Outfit’s season!

Click here ( and enter the promo code CYBER to receive the discount.

The sale is only online and only valid on Monday, December 2 from 12:01am until 11:59 p.m.