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A Christmas Carol, A 1940's Radio Show Opens in December.

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 Opening in December 

On a snowy Christmas eve in 1941, the weather has made traveling to the radio station difficult for the actors of Salem's own KSL. They are to perform A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, a well-loved radio tradition in the sleepy town of Salem, Oregon. Trouble ensues when the new Foley sound effects gal arrives late, setting off a series of comic mishaps. Join Theatre 33 for the return of A Christmas Carol, A 1940's Radio Show, where hope and redemption are not only found in the Dickens story but in the radio actors themselves. Four actors bring dozens of Dickens' characters to life in this fresh look at a timeless tale.

Create, Cultivate and Collaborate

Theatre 33, in residence at Willamette University, is a new play development company that helps Oregon/NW playwrights develop their new scripts from an initial workshop performance (lights, sound, props, set, costumes, and entirely blocked with scripts in hand), to a world premiere full production.

We are so grateful to our sponsors!


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Willamette University

Theatre 33

Salem Campus

M. Lee Pelton Theatre
900 State Street
Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.

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