Friday, November 12, 2010

Holidays = Scrooge = Salem Trolley

One of my friends pointed out this week that the weekend shows of the Salem Trolley Christmas Carol seem to be selling out, so "we should buy tickets quickly," she said! 

"That sounds like a good blog post," I said.

Erik Rodenheiser as Scrooge 
So, here it is. Your annual reminder to buy tickets for the Salem Trolley's production of the Dickens classic, A Christmas Carol.  I've seen this show four times in twelve years, and it just keeps getting better.  The concept of traveling between Christmases past, present, and future via red trolley is a clever one, and the acting uses improvisation, comedy, and drama to not only involve the audience in the show, but to ensure that you leave at the end of the night with the story's moral grasped tightly in the palm of your hand.

Tickets cost $22 each, and shows begin on November 27 and run through December 23. They will sell out, so pick a date and don't miss this unique Salem holiday tradition. Visit or call (978) 744-5469 for complete information.

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