Mrs. Bob Cratchit's Wild Christmas Binge By Christopher Durang

And what a wild Christmas binge it is in this audience favorite! All the beloved Christmas Carol characters are there – Scrooge, the Cratchits, The Ghost of Christmas Past, Oliver Twist, George Bailey, disco dancers… Mrs. Bob Cratchit is a loving send up of Christmas and all the stress that goes with it!

Christmas is a time full of tradition, and we’re excited to bring back Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge!

It’s the Christmas Carol story you know and love… except Mrs. Cratchit hates her children and Scrooge thinks maybe the world really is better off without her. Get in some Christmas laughs alongside a few bah humbugs!

Rebecca Magnotta is in the director’s chair this time around after having performed in the two previous productions! She’s excited to explore it again from a new perspective, and put her own spin on it.

Mrs. Bob Cratchit's Wild Christmas Binge is a Christmas show unlike any other, and I believe it captures the true spirit of the season; that between shopping, family, cooking, and staying cheerful all the time, the holidays can be A LOT to handle. The rehearsals for this show have been some of the most fun I have ever seen, and we all can't wait to show the world what we have been up to, so get ready. - Rebecca Magnotta, Director

Tiffany Fenton (Whodunit?, Slamming Doors) takes on the role of Scrooge while Christine Cauchon – 2014’s Mrs. Bob Cratchit – is by her side as the Ghost of Christmas Past. Laura Kennedy and Sami Avigdor (both last seen on our stage in Dirt) are the not-so-happily married Cratchits. Terry Simpson is back for his third time in Mrs. Bob Cratchit history, taking on several different roles throughout the show!

Christmas is a wonderful time for family and friends to gather and do things together, and this show is perfect for bringing everyone together for some laughs!


Seth Jacobson Photography

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