The local acting troupe, The Northeast Louisiana Player's Guild, presents their first ever Christmas production of Charles
Dickens' timeless classic, A Christmas Carol. Faithfully adapted from the novel by local playwright, Amber Medlin, this production promises to delight theatre patrons
of all ages. It
plays at Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church in Monroe on December 7 at
6:00, Strauss Youth Academy for the Arts in Monroe on December 14 at
7:00, and The Dixie
Theatre in Ruston on December 16 at 2:00. The direction of the playwright, the cast includes local talents such
as Scott Higginbotham as Scrooge, Dane Warner
as Bob Cratchit, Troy Wold as the Ghost of Christmas Present, Tim Medlin
as Jacob Marley, Mary Tyler Storms as the Ghost of Christmas Past,
Beaux Coleman as Fred, Quinn Warner as Belle, Benjamin Matherne as Tiny
Tim, Ben Thoms as Fezziwig.
Young performers Jackson Culp, Emalie Dickey, Anna Jane Storms, and Ben Ambrose fill the remaining roles.
adaptation of the timeless Christmas ghost story follows the bitter,
miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, who holds Christmas,
and every joy that season brings, in contempt. Through a chance procured
for him through his deceased business partner, Jacob Marley, Scrooge
his haunted by three spirits in the hope that he will be redeemed, atone
for his sins, and join his fellow man in the joy of the season.
Tickets are pay at the door for the various locations. For
more information about tickets, call or text Amber Medlin at 318-376-1273 or email at email@example.com.