Classics Lost ‘n’ Found Theater company presents the premiere of “A Christmas Carol Krampus or It’s A Pretty OK Life,” a new holiday production for adults, written and directed by Lisa M. W. Phelps. The production will be presented Dec. 9, 10, 16 and 17 at 7 p.m. at Lake Nokomis Presbyterian Church, 1620 E. 46th Street in the Nokomis neighborhood of south Minneapolis.
“A Christmas Carol Krampus” is an irreverent and satiric mash-up of familiar Christmas characters. Carol Krampus dreams of fame beyond her traditional role as a child-eating monster while Mrs. Claus and her number one assistant must battle a corporate takeover to save the holiday from a greedy villain. Characters such as Frosty, Hermey, the Grinch, and Dickens’ famous ghosts all make an appearance in a world where the snow isn’t always white and the elves are sometimes up to no good. (Recommended for adults due to language, alcohol use, and adult situations.)
Returning for this production are Noreen K. Brandt, Dan Dyke, Rose B. Johnson, J. Emily Peabody, Anna Whiting, David Norini, Stephen Greenhalgh, Ari Stemple, Meagan Kellom, Troy Lowry, Jr. Cat Martin, Maureen Trepp and Carole Conama. They will be joined by Jeny Stevens, Dan Durkee, Amanda Krumrei and Andie Moore. Candace Dyke will serve as production stage manager.
Please note that CLFTC accepts cash and checks, but cannot accept credit cards. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, Classicslostandfound@gmail.com, or contact 612-724-4539.
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