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Holiday Fun for the Whole Family!!
Come out and see Tim Jansen as Ebenezer Scrooge
and David K. North as the Ghost of Christmas Present
in Bill Leary’s Adaptation of the Charles Dickens Classic
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“The message of Charles Dickens’ holiday classic has always been one of generosity and kindness, but writer and Director William Leary uses this production to push a message of social justice that isn’t always apparent in a more traditional staging. But this Christmas Carol is about more than a message on stage.
Wolf Pack Theatre Company has partnered with Community Crisis Services Inc. and St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church to contribute directly to services for the homeless in Prince George’s County. In a time when the arts in general, and theatre in particular, may seem isolated from the realities of everyday life, Wolf Pack is doing the best work that the arts can do – giving back to the community.
In a holiday season too often inundated with iPhones and turkeys and family stress, it is refreshing to be reminded of those less fortunate. As the Ghost of Christmas Past (Casey Hobart) reminds Scrooge, we all have the power to make choices to help others. And that may be the best Christmas present of all.”
Michael Poandl, DCMetroTheaterArts
Michael Poandl, DCMetroTheaterArts’ review of A Christmas Carol
Ticket purchase supports the Warm Nights Hypothermia Shelter Program!
Community Crisis Services, Inc. operates the Prince George’s County Hypothermia Program, Warm Nights Program. Warm Nights operates during the winter months (mid November to March) to provide overnight shelter to individuals needing to escape the cold temperatures. Individuals stay at area churches and are provided meals. Transportation services are provided from various pickup points throughout the county. There are no prerequisites for Warm Nights.
Call 1-888-731-0999 for placement into the Hypothermia Program.