Oh!, do we have a great Christmas surprise for all of you!
Peninsula Players are presenting three one-act plays
for your Christmas-time cheer.
MISDEEDS AT MISTLETOE MINE
Or . . . The Sanity Clause
By Tim Koening
Directed by Robert Lindberg
A classic MeloDrama directed by our own MeloDrama Maestro Robert Lindberg.
Our heroine, Rose Bush, sweet, young, and pure, is trying to save the Yule Fall Inn and her niece from the clutches of the evil mayor, (and, dare we say it, . . . lawyer), and his lovely but treacherous assistant.
Please note: booing & jeering the villains WILL BE TOLERATED
(and perhaps encouraged)
AN IMPLAUSIBLE CLAUS
By Nikki Harmon
Directed by Sherry Ahlers
9 year old Jensie is worried about Santa receiving her Christmas List, so she sets out for the home of the Ho-Ho-Hotline. Upon arrival at her destination, she finds an unlikely friend. Though generations apart, the power of a young girl’s imagination transports these unlikely comrades on a wondrous, and humorous, journey.
SCROOGE HAS LEFT THE BUILDING
By Pat Cook
Directed by Ed Ahlers
Once again, Jacob Marley and the Ghosts haunt Scrooge on Christmas Eve. They are on their annual mission to help Scrooge repent and change his ways before sinking into the torturous after-life that Marley must endure.
Charles Dickens first published A Christmas Carol in 1843, and every year for 169 years the spirits have saved Scrooge.
Or have they?