Our Christmas Theatrical Production
A Christmas Carol was, of course, written in the 19th century by Charles Dickens. Originally adapted, produced and directed by Richard Walsh in 2017, it remains the most loved production staged at Christ Lutheran Church.
With a few exceptions, the church has staged a play in late fall annually. Our mandate is to present theatrical productions with a moral edge that challenge a general audience. Prior to this production, our previous shows were Antigone (2012), Merry Wives of Windsor (2013), Don Juan in Hell (2014), and An Enemy of the People (2016). Subsequent shows were a double-bill of The Trojan Women and Lysistrata (2018), and Pygmalion (2019).
One of our major fund-raisers, used in the work of the church, it was of course absent in 2020 due to COVID-19. While we cannot stage a new production, we can offer the video as recorded live December 7th, 2017. We hope you enjoy the show, and please consider making a donation using the button below. Tax receipts will be provided for donations of $20 or more, when you provide your contact information. We thank you in advance, and if you aren’t able to donate, not a problem!