Frankenstein

September 20 to October 19
by Mary Shelly
adapted by Andrew Biliter
By special arrangement with Lighthouse Plays
Directed by Mat MacDonald

When a team of arctic voyagers rescue a ragged, half-starved man wandering the ice floes, they bear witness to a horrific tale of human prejudice and science gone awry. Enter the life of Victor Frankenstein, a promising young scientist whose reckless experiments set in motion a terrible series of events—for Victor, his family, and his hideous, unloved creation.

Forget the campy Hollywood version: this uncommonly faithful adaptation resurrects the fragile innocence and lurking terror of Mary Shelley’s original novel, preserving much of her prose as well.

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Redding Improv Players

Friday Oct. 25, 2019 One  Night Only

Back by popular demand and Featuring an all-star cast! 

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A Christmas Carol

November 22 to December 21
by Christopher Scharios
Adapted from the book
by Charles Dickens
By special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing
Directed by Jennifer Levens

Focusing on Dickens' powerful language, humor and warmth, this charming version of A CHRISTMAS CAROL simply and directly tells the story of the redemption of a human soul. The play follows the ever-powerful story of Scrooge, a lonely miser, who, through the help of spirits and visions from his past, present and future, finds a second chance to become a loving, generous human being. Adapted for a company of six actors, the play requires a minimum of sets, costumes and props. It begins with a child reading the story for the first time. As the scenes are played out behind him, the child becomes totally caught up in the story and is finally invited by the other characters to enter the play as one of them. With traditional carols and English folk tunes creating the proper atmosphere, the world of Scrooge, Fezziwig and Tiny Tim comes alive, igniting the holiday spirit for young and old alike.

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