A Christmas Carol : A Live Radio Play

VTC is proud to announce the cast of:
A Christmas Carol : A Live Radio Play
Performance show dates: Dec 14,15,16,17 2020 at 7pm
Adapted for the stage by Joe Landry
Music by Kevin Connors
From the novella by Charles Dickens
**Adapted to a virtual streaming show
With special permission by Playscripts Inc.
Technical Director: Nelson Velazquez
Graphics: Nelson Velazquez ,Director: Colleen Zana
Costumes & Hair: Cast, Piano: Michael Barr-Schinzel, Foley: Shea Street
Time: Christmas Eve 1946 Place: Studio One at WBFR, a radio Station in New York
Charities: Monday Dec. 14th Salsations Improv Group / Tuesday Dec. 15th. NIETF Scholarship Fund / Wednesday Dec 16th. VTC / Thursday Dec. 17th. Theta Alpha Omega
100% of your ticket price goes to these charities for these designated nights.

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