|Presented on Our Main Stage:|
|A Christmas Carol|
|Adapted by Peter DeLaurier from the novel by Charles Dickens.|
|A Live Theater Production of the Literary Classic, directed by Marti McWilliams.|
|PG-13, due to the ghosts.|
|Performance sponsored in part by:|
November and December 2012
|For 2013 Season Ticket information,
Help Ebeneezer get that Christmas Goose!
We will again collect non-perishable foods for
Stomp Out Hunger. Last year we
collected a truck load and we hope to beat that amount.
Also, starting this year, we will be collecting coats, gloves, and blankets for Blanket With Warmth.
Any donation will recieve a
coupon for free concessions at our Pocket Cafe during intermission.
All donations will help families in need during the holiday season.
From Playscripts, Inc.:
Faithful to Dickens' beautiful language, this flexible adaptation of the beloved Christmas
classic tells the heartwarming story of miserly Ebeneezer Scrooge. Mr. Scrooge is always cold-
hearted, and Christmas is no exception -- that is, until the ghost of his deceased business
partner, Jacob Marley, comes to warn him about the consequences of living a life of greed and
materialism. Over the next three nights, Scrooge is visited by three other spirits who try to
convince him that his selfishness will be his downfall. Is this enough to make the selfish old
miser change his ways?
"This version is true enough to the classic, real enough for today, and done with enough care
and sensitivity to bring even the most dour of holiday sufferers into the right mood." - John
Addyman, The Village News (Oxford, PA)
Merry Christmas, One and All!|