The St. Louis Blues are a professional hockey team and a member of the National Hockey League. They play in the Central Division of the Western Conference. The Blues were one of the original expansion teams in 1967, when the league doubled in size to 12 teams. In 1995 the Blues paired the legendary Wayne Gretzky alongside future Hall of Famer Brett Hull, but the two could not lead the Blues past the first round of the playoffs.
Based on the 1983 movie of the same name, A Christmas Story: The Musical brings a classic Christmas story to the stage with a musical twist. One of the more lighthearted Christmas tales, the story follows the antics of a young boy named Ralphie Parker whose one wish is to find an "official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot range model air rifle" under his Christmas tree. A Christmas Story: The Musical is an event for those looking to peel their eyes away from Christmas time TV marathons and relive a timeless comedy with the whole family.