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Ebenezer: A Ghost Story of Christmas opens at Brush Creek Dec. 1

The Brush Creek Players close their 2024 season with Ebenezer: A Ghost Story of Christmas, written by Michael Wood and directed by Norman Gouveia, Jr.

The play opens Dec. 1 and runs for three weekends, with performances at 7 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and matinees at 2 p.m. on Sundays. The play is being produced by arrangement with Evander Dramatic Press.

This new, family-friendly adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol includes all the usual characters, as well as a group of carolers serenading the characters — and the audience — throughout the show.

Reserved seat tickets are available for $10 (discounted to $8 for children under 12, students with ID, and seniors 60 and over). Available at Runaway Art & Craft Studio, 4675 Commercial SE, Salem; or Books-N-Time (cash only), 210 N. Water, Suite B, Silverton. 

You also can have tickets held to pick up at the door by contacting Michael Wood (via voice or text) at 503-508-3682.

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