'Tis the time for the immortal classic, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, but brace yourself for a unique twist with Patrick Barlow's adaptation.

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Ever pondered how Scrooge became the embodiment of stinginess?

Entertainment Inc!. presents A Christmas Carol. This thrilling adaptation from writer Patrick Barlow, uncovers the roots of Ebenezer Scrooge, and uses only five actors to bring some of Dickens' most beloved characters to life.

From Scrooge and Tiny Tim to Bob Cratchit and Mrs. Fezziwig, Barlow's A Christmas Carol uses nothing more than some simple props, physicality, and the power of imagination to convey this timeless story of redemption.

No matter how many times you’ve experienced A Christmas Carol, this version is an absolute must-see.

Directed by Jim Ryen, Sponsored by Williston State College Foundation.
Recommended Audience: Ages 12 and above

Catch the performances at Williston's Old Armory Theater on November 30 and December 1-3. Showtimes are Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:00 PM, with a Sunday matinee at 2:00 PM.

Ticket Prices:

Adults: $20
Child (Ages 7-12): $10
Preschool (Ages 4-6): No charge, but a preschool ticket is required.
To purchase tickets by phone, call the Box Office at 701.577.3179.

Volunteer and enjoy the show for free. They're seeking assistance with everything from ticket sales to ushering!

Next in line is Jimmy Buffet's Escape to Margaritaville. Show dates are scheduled for February 8-11. Auditions for Escape to Margaritaville will take place on December 19 at 7:00pm at the Old Armory. For further details, reach out at 701-577-3179.

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