High school to stage Christmas play

George Elliot Secondary School will present Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge at Lake Country’s Creekside Theatre.

George Elliot Secondary School’s  Full Moon Theatre Company will present Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge at Lake Country’s Creekside Theatre.

There will be three shows:  Wednesday, Dec 7 to Friday, Dec 9, starting at 7:30 p.m. nightly.

For reservations, email Dan Brochu at dbrochu@sd23.bc.ca or leave a voice mail message at 250-766-2734 ext.2327.

The play is a musical parody that centers around the character of Mrs. Bob Cratchit who is an angry, stressed-out modern-day American woman who wants out of her harsh London 1840’s life, an irreverent comedy adaptation of Charles Dicken’s classic book.

Tickets at the door: Children $5; student/senior $7.50; adults $10.

For more information,  check out the website  www.creeksidetheatre.com or George Elliot Secondary’s School website at www.sd23.bc.ca.

 

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