A Christmas Carol
Back row: Amy Stolzel (Mrs. Cratchit), Jim Archambault (Bob Cratchit), Jeffrey McAteer (Tiny Tim), Michael Griswold (Scrooge),Sophie Marcus (Martha). Front: Calla Gilbert (Belinda), Menden Gilbert (Peter). Aidan Horrigan photo.

PUTNAM — Dare we say it? Yes, it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas! An excellent way to get in the spirit of the holiday is at the Bradley Playhouse, where you can once again visit with Scrooge, the timeless spirits, and Tiny Tim and all the Cratchits. The Theatre of Northeastern Connecticut will present Charles Dickens’ beloved story, A Christmas Carol, opening Dec. 2 and running for three weekends.
Performances are at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2, 3, 9, 10, 16 and 17 and at 2 p.m. Dec. 4, 11 and 18. Tickets are $22 for adults and $18 for seniors, students, veterans and first responders. All seats are reserved. Reservations may be made with a major credit card online at www.thebradleyplayhouse.org or by calling 860-928-7887. Tickets may be purchased at the theater box office, either before the performance, or at the door if available.
The TNECT production of A Christmas Carol is directed by Aidan Horrigan. He is assisted by Brenna Griswold as stage manager. Ebenezer Scrooge is played by Michael Griswold. His otherworldly visitors include his deceased partner Jacob Marley performed Roy Simmons, Christmas Past played by Jayden, Michaela and Shannon Casey, Christmas Present played by Seth Jajliardo, and then there is the mysterious Christmas Future. Jim Archambault is Bob Cratchit and Jeffrey McAteer is Tiny Tim. The play is narrated by Harry Pearson as Charles Dickens.
Masks are encouraged for anyone who is unvaccinated or at high risk, but they are not required. This policy is subject to change, so check the Bradley website for any updates prior to attending.  
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, adapted and directed by Aidan Horrigan, is a traditional take on the beloved ghost story


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