The Trial of Ebenezer Scrooge
 a comedy in two acts by Mark Brown
  directed by Marjorie Megivern

American Legion Hall
55 East Jordan St., Brevard
December 12 - December 21, 2008

The play takes place in a courtroom.  One year after his miraculous
transformation in
A Christmas Carol, Scrooge slips back into his old ways.  
He has decided to sue Jacob Marley and the Ghosts of Christmas Past,
Present and Future for breaking and entering, kidnapping, slander, pain and
suffering, attempted murder and the intentional infliction of emotional
distress.  They employ Solomon Rothschild, England's most charismatic,
savvy and clever barrister, to defend them against these charges.  
Ebenezer, that old penny pincher, represents himself.  
It seems certain that Scrooge has reverted to his old disagreeable self.
Can the spirit of Christmas survive?  
If laughter and goodwill are any indication, Christmas is here to stay!
This award-winning holiday comedy is a treat for people of all ages.
Talkin' Broadway called the show "A delighful new holiday tradition."
The Seattle Times said it was "A sequel worthy of Dickens' approval."
This production will open Brevard Little Theatre's 2008-2009 Season (the
59th) and will be staged at BLT's new venue in the American Legion Hall,
55 East Jordan Street, in downtown Brevard.

Judge --
Jim Keeley
Bailiff -- Max Bernson
Rothschild -- Bob Baldridge
Scrooge -- Bob Stacy
Fred (Scrooge's nephew) -- Dan Clancy
Cratchit -- Gregory Dickens
Sara Wainwright -- JoAnn Crawford
Marley -- Doug Huth
Fan (Scrooge's sister) -- Sonia Arnold
Belle -- Janet Foote
Christmas Past -- Danielle Myers
Mrs. Dilber -- Sonia Arnold
Christmas Future -- Gregory Dickens
Translator for Ghost of Christmas Future -- Dan Clancy

Production Manager -- Marylou Morrison
Stage Manager -- Willa Miller