Christmas Carol Revisited
By Chicken Boy Productions
Directed by Scott Vechinsky
"What Were The Spirits Thinking??!"
Many years have passed since the spirits visited Ebenezer Scrooge. As the story claims, he has become the most generous, caring man and friend to all. Due to his new found magnanimity, Scrooge has shared part of his fortune with his extended family. However, once they tasted the power of money, they became what Scrooge once was; greedy, cold and hard. Bob has become a workaholic, his wife Emily a self centered, materialistic woman. Tiny Tim was cured of his affliction and has grown and grown into a extremely spoiled, obnoxious man. Fred's thirst for more money and power has landed him deeply in debt, and in trouble. His wife, Alice, has become a frivolous shrew. Bob and Fred conspire to have Ebeneezer committed as he still frequently talks about the three spirits. And then there is Belle, who has remained a spinster all these years. She has recently returned to be with her darling Ebie.
Be sure to come and join in on the fun in an interactive murder-mystery comedy dinner theater at the historic Milton House Museum in Milton WI.
Dinner catered by Finns of Newville.
Produced by Chicken Boy Productions at Milton House Museum, 18 South Janesville Street, Milton WI
Performances: January 14-16, 2011
Performance Times: January 14 & 15 @ 7pm. January 16 @ 2pm All guests are encouraged to join us for mingling & cocktails begin 30 minutes prior to show start
Ticket Prices: $25 single $20 each for groups of 2 or more.
Tickets available at North Leaf Winery 232 South Janesville Street, Milton or call 608-868-7772 or 608-580-0575.