Charles Evered’s humorous new play, An Actor’s Carol, opens December 7 at Rolling Bay Hall

<b>Charles Evered’s humorous new play, <i>An Actor’s Carol</i>, opens December 7 at Rolling Bay Hall</b>


Looking for laughter this holiday season? Lesser Known Players offers a lighthearted take on Scrooge with Charles Evered’s new play, An Actor’s Carol, opening December 7 at Rolling Bay Hall, with original Christmas carols by Jon Brenner.

Listen here as BCB host Justin Lynn chats with the team behind Lesser Known Players about this amusing rendition of Dickens’ classic Christmas Carol.

Star Nelsen Spickard shares his thoughts on playing an updated Scrooge with a bit of a different motivation, musical director Jon Brenner tells us about creating original music for the show, and director Jennifer Hodges explains why this adaptation of the Dickens classic is sure to spread holiday cheer to all audiences — and especially to other actors.

Lesser Known Players’ production of An Actor’s Carol runs December 7th through the 16th at Rolling Bay Hall with performances Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 and Sundays at 2:30. For tickets and more information visit www.lesserknownplayers.org.

Credits: BCB host: Justin Lynn; audio editor and publisher: Diane Walker; social media: Jen St. Louis.