A Christmas spoof from TWU

The story of Scrooge is told with a twist in a local production.

Two performers in costume for the Farndale Christmas Carol play.

The story of Scrooge is told with a twist in a local production.

The SAMC Theatre from Trinity Western University presents an adaptation to the classic with their version entitled, “The Farndale Christmas Carol.”

The play within a play is the embodiment of the phrase “the show must go on.”

Unabashed, the actors continue in the spirit of Christmas.

Abbotsford local Karyn Guenther plays Scrooge’s sister, Little Fan. Other performers include Margaret Thorpe, Daniele Neve, Danielle Spampinato and Benjamin Buckinham.

The show runs from Tuesday, Nov. 22 until Saturday, Dec. 3 at 7:30 p.m., with matinees on Saturdays at 2 p.m.

Tickets range from $7 to $16 and can be purchased by phone 604-513-2121 (ext. 3872) and by email twuboxoffice@gmail.com

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