Scrooge transformed at Licklog
When Dickens wrote this seasonal classic, he requested that the novel be sold at the lowest possible price or it would not be published. Dickens was destitute at the time and trying to support his family. He understood the hardships and gratitude that goes along with poverty. Dickens hoped all could enjoy this touching tale.
In this imaginative play within a play, a troupe of nineteenth century traveling players arrive amidst much fanfare and merriment while a large, mysterious box awaits on stage. As the box is opened, the story unfolds.
The troupe discovers that some important props and players are missing, but the show must go on! With assurances from the director that, we are professionals here, the troupe presses on pressing into service both willing and unwilling performers.
Melanie Barton, the actual director for A Christmas Carol, states, This cast is truly an ensemble. Each member does splendidly and conducts themselves very professionally.
As the Christmas Spirits work their magic and warm the heart of Ebenezer Scrooge, they are sure to warm the heart of each person attending this delightful, touching, and imaginative production. All of the delights of the holiday season are brought to life. It is not the presents or decorations or parties that make the holidays bright but the warmth in every heart.
Keeping with the charitable spirit of the season, Licklog Players are asking audience members to contribute an item of childrens clothing. If you are able to bring an item of clothing to be given to a thankful child, then the ticket price will be lowered to $10.00. Do not worry. Licklog understands the season is very busy. If you are unable to bring an item of clothing $5.00 of your $15.00 ticket will be donated to Far West Family Services.