From the pen of the beloved Western writer, Jack Warner Schaefer (author of Shane),  comes this heart-warming Christmas story, complete with cowboy guitar and harmony singing… Stubby Pringle, line rider of the Triple X Ranch, after eight weeks of winter storms, sets out late one Christmas Eve to ride over the mountain to the Christmas dance, down in the valley. He is headed to a one-room, white-painted schoolhouse, with a two pound box of candy, enough fabric for a fancy dress, and a roll of pink ribbon… It is a still night… the moon shines down through the snow-laden pines. Hoarfrost glistening, spurs a-jingling, Stubby rides up-slope, through the crusted snow. But before he gets up on the ridge, he has to pass a tiny little cabin, hidden away in the woods…

length of performance:    35 minutes,

party bookings $300

public performances 2016 are at The Mode Lounge, Sunday December 11,  4:30pm ($12 at the door)

and at Boise Contemporary Theater, Sunday December 18, 2:00pm and Monday December 19, 7:00pm ($8/$12)