Archmere Academy Dramatics Presents "A Christmas Carol"

Archmere Academy Theatre presents its fall play production, the Charles Dickens' holiday classic, A Christmas Carol. 
A Christmas Carol, an adaptation written by Archmere English teacher and fall play director, Mr. Brian Manelski, will include singing, dancing and a special twist. The show will include American Sign Language, to make sure everyone is included in the joy of Christmas. Join us in this unique re-telling of this holiday classic and get into the spirit of Christmas a little early this year!
There are over forty Archmere students involved on and behind the stage for this production. Senior Matthew Etzrodt will play the inimitable Ebenezer Scrooge. Jack Debruin '17 and Kyla McAvinue '19 will play Mr. and Mrs. Cratchit. Senior Keelin Reilly will play Scrooge's nephew, Fred. Seniors Jackie Kraft, Arianna Abbrescia, Caroline Quinn, Eli Hunsinger, and junior Gia Mariano will play the ghosts. Current faculty member Mr. Tim Dougherty will make an appearance as Mr. Fezziwig.
The show will run Friday, November 11th and Saturday, November 12th at 7pm in the Archmere auditorium. Ticket prices will be $5.00 for students of any school, senior citizens and faculty (and their family), $10.00 for general admission.

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Archmere Academy is a private, Catholic, college preparatory co-educational academy,
grades 9-12 founded in 1932 by the Norbertine Fathers.