Holiday performance set for Dec. 19 – Dec. 22
Brewton Council of the Arts and Brewton Town and Gown Players are thrilled to be co- producing A Christmas Carol this holiday season. The production is under the direction of Stephen Billy and consists of 68 cast members that all help bring this classic story to life. “This is a large show with many moving pieces. We have several unique special effects in the production, specifically involving the ghosts as they visit Scrooge,” said Billy.
The production takes audience members back to 19th century London to follow the life of Ebenezer Scrooge, a miserable miser that detests Christmas. Scrooge is soon visited by three spirits that take him to memories from his past, present, and future.
Along the journey, Scrooge is reminded of the true meaning of love, life, and friendship. “A Christmas Carol is a story that I have always loved hearing time and time again. Though audience members might be familiar with the plot, this production has a swift pace as Ebenezer Scrooge visits many locations with each ghost, making it perfect for audience members of all ages.” said Billy.
Performances for A Christmas Carol are Thursday, December 19th – Saturday, December 21st at 7:00 PM and Sunday, December 22nd at 2:00 PM. All performances will be held at Woodfin Patterson Auditorium located on the Coastal Alabama Community College, Brewton Campus. Advanced tickets are available online at brewtoncouncilofthearts.com. Tickets will also be available (1) hour before each performance at the door. Tickets are $15.00 for adults, $8.00 for students ages 3-18.